Learn how to enable two-factor authentication (TFA) for local and remote desktop access to Windows.
Passwords are the keys to unlocking access to your Active Directory (AD) kingdom, and cybercriminals will likely never stop targeting these passwords. According to Verizon’s 2017 Data Breach Investigation Report (2018), 81 percent of breaches in 2016 were caused by stolen passwords. Password policy settings in AD have not changed since 2000; considering how far technology has come as well as how adept today’s cybercriminals are at using it, a password alone will no longer ensure security.
This guide will talk about:
Why TFA for Windows is important.
How TFA for Windows works.
How to implement TFA for Windows logons using ADSelfService Plus.
How to future-proof your TFA investment.
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