Best Practices for Multi-Factor Authentication on IBM i

Security breaches caused by passwords written on sticky notes, guessed passwords, or brute-force password attacks have compelled IBM i shops to implement stronger password management controls. Fear of such breaches, coupled with best practices and regulatory requirements, have driven companies to adopt multi-factor authentication (MFA) procedures that require users to enter an additional form of identification beyond passwords.

MFA is a powerful technology for protecting sensitive data and there are numerous approaches and features to consider when choosing an MFA solution for IBM i.

View this on-demand webinar to learn:

  • What true multi-factor authentication really is
  • Authentication options and tradeoffs
  • Tips on implementing multi-factor authentication for IBM i
Best Practices for Multi-Factor Authentication on IBM i
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