Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at Webcast
Starts at 11:00 AM · Ends at 11:30 AM, EDT (America/New_York)
For many organizations, legacy and custom-built applications form the backbone of their businesses, powering core functions from finance to customer-facing systems. Yet often these applications are inadequately secured with just usernames and passwords, making them attractive targets for hackers and highly vulnerable to credential-based attacks. However, for many of these that are not SAML or RADIUS enabled, it can be costly for organizations to build custom MFA connections.
In this session, you’ll learn about an alternative approach to adding MFA to these custom and legacy applications:
Learn how integration between RSA SecurID Access and next-generation firewalls from Palo Alto Networks and other vendors can facilitate MFA to legacy apps.
Explore the benefits of putting MFA at the network layer to avoid complex and costly direct integrations with each legacy app you want to protect.
Understand how MFA and identity assurance from RSA SecurID Access can provide the security your business demands and the convenience your users want.
- Tim is a principal product marketer championing identity and access assurance at RSA. Tim has over a decade of experience bringing products to market that solve complicated challenges for organizations in regulated industries from cyber security, payment card processing, financial accounting and education. Tim’s passion is to help organizations see through the technical clutter to understand the tangible value technology can bring to their organizations to solve real-world business needs and translate that value into real returns on their technology investment.