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Authenticating Your Open Enterprise: Common Myths and Critical Recommendations

A recent commissioned study conducted by Forrester Research on behalf of VeriSign titled “Enhancing Authentication to Secure The Open Enterprise” found that organizations today are continuing to rapidly open up their networks and make information more available to address the need for greater business agility amid global competitiveness.  However, opening windows into the enterprise can bring unwanted and often unforeseen consequences.

Tune into this webcast with Forrester security analyst Jonathan Penn to learn more about:

  • Why IT environments are rapidly expanding beyond traditional corporate boundaries, and how by doing so, they are introducing significantly more risk
  • Why password issues have become the top access problem and a major burden for employees, and may actually impede their ability to be productive
  • How password issues continue to cost companies thousands through increased help desk costs
  • Why outdated perceptions of cost and value have inhibited the adoption of strong authentication, and the many reasons why such inhibitors no longer apply


This webcast with live Q&A offers IT security professionals the information they need to understand why it’s essential that they reconsider security policies around their newly opened environments.  They’ll see why current password policies are outdated and can cost them thousands of dollars, and they’ll learn how the evolution of cloud-based, two-factor authentication has made securing the open enterprise easier and far more economical than previously thought.  Please join us.

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Event: Authenticating Your Open Enterprise: Common Myths and Critical Recommendations

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