Even the latest antivirus defenses can’t protect your users from phishing text messages and social engineering attacks. Controls such as visitor logs and electronic security devices aren’t going to protect your users from malicious emails and password-cracking attacks. No matter how strong your technical security is, your organization’s people are often the most vulnerable link in the chain.

Here is the most effective action you can take right now to better protect your users: MultiFactor Authentication.  MFA adds another layer of security to account logins and passwords, protecting your users from attackers using stolen credentials, password-cracking tools, and social engineering tricks.

MFA is especially important to secure high-risk network services like VPNs. With more employees working from home networks, we recommend enabling MFA in your systems immediately. BPI offers MFA solutions tailored to your organization’s needs.

Work and collaborate with confidence by using a solution that protects from cyberthreats, and lets you securely manage all your devices, apps, and documents. Call us at 248-357-3980