Protecting identities and accounts is obviously critical to protect the data they hold within them. Adding multi-factor authentication ensures a better security posture and reduces the likelihood of a successful account breach. If an organization has not implemented multi-factor authentication for it's user population, it's a bit like leaving your wallet or purse on a park bench and expecting it to not be stolen.
Many organizations protect their cloud and on-premise applications using MFA today, but what about MS Windows devices? By combining Defender and OneLogin, cloud-based MFA can be used to further protect desktop devices.
In this session, we will show you how to use OneLogin within your Defender implementation to provide strong desktop authentication to AD and authentication to cloud applications, while creating a seamless user experience.