More than ever before, business leaders, C-suite executives, and board members are expected to set a high standard for corporate governance. Effective risk management, including strengthening cybersecurity practices, has become a top indicator of positive corporate governance.
If your company is placing an emphasis on cybersecurity as part of corporate governance goals, implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a great place to start.
Learn how MFA with LoginTC can help meet your corporate governance goals.
How does MFA help with corporate governance
Businesses that suffer data breaches from cyber attacks risk compromising their reputation and trust of their customers.
Additionally, cyber attackers continue to target key-roles, such as C-suite executives and board of directors members. A recent study found that 42% of organizations interviewed had an executive, or the family member of an executive, directly targeted by cyber criminals.
To prevent reputational damage from data breaches, organizations are encouraged to implement strong identity and access management procedures, such as MFA for all personnel in key roles.
Why MFA with LoginTC?
LoginTC’s MFA solution is designed to be flexible enough to meet the needs of a wide range of end users, including those that may be less experienced with technology. LoginTC can be installed anywhere there is a username and a password in as little as one hour.