While passwords are still the primary form of user authentication used to grant access to a company’s information systems, multi-factor authentication methods are being introduced, such as tokens. To ensure the proper usage of both, the following must be considered:

  • Passwords must be carefully created and used.
  • Tokens, hard or soft, must be handled carefully, with proper processes in place for replacements.
  • Other multi-factor authentication methods, such as oob sms or email options, must be treated similarly.

Risks Addressed by Policy:

  • Digital assets will be unsecure.
  • Customer data can be easily hacked.

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