Shay Nahari, Head of Red-Team services at CyberArk, says that they’ve been increasingly asked by customers to probe their multi-factor authentication (MFA) defenses, which lead them to pinpoint four main attack vectors used by threat actors to circumvent MFA controls, by exploiting: architectural and design flaws, insecure channels, side channel attacks and insufficient attack surface coverage. Why MFA is a good choice The cybersecurity industry has been extolling the virtues of MFA use for years. … More

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