PODCAST: Authomate executive team discusses release of new authentication solution
The lines between our personal, professional and consumer lives have been blurred immensely by the emergence of today’s advanced mobile devices, BYOD initiatives, telework policies, cloud solutions and virtual desktops.
Today, we use the same devices for working, playing and paying. And, unfortunately, we also use the same passwords for all of our applications and profiles – regardless of which of these three areas they fall into.
With today’s advanced phishing, spear phishing, man in the middle and other security threats, this becomes a dangerous game where one misstep or data breach could provide immediate access to a large number of accounts, applications and profiles – both personal and professional.
In the wake of significant data breaches at companies like Sony, Anthem and JPMorgan Chase, enterprises are flocking to more secure, multifactor authentication solutions. Unfortunately, these solutions often increase security at the expense of convenience and ease-of-use.
According to our guests on the most recent Access Granted Radio podcast, this doesn’t have to be the case.
In our latest episode, I speak with the entire executive team from our sponsor, Authomate, about their exciting new multi-factor authentication solution – StrongPass – which they claim offers strong four-factor authentication without sacrificing ease of use. During our conversation, we discuss what StrongPass is, how it’s used and what separates it from other authentication solutions on the market.
Here is what Authomate’s CEO, Jeff Schmidt, CTO, Piyush Bhatnagar and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, John Lloyd, have to say about StrongPass:
For more information about StrongPass, and to register for the free StrongPass Preview, click HERE.