No matter how you pursue digital transformation, CompNow & RSA can help you manage the risk.

There are as many paths to digital transformation as there are organizations pursuing the challenge – and every path poses different risks. RSA is here to help you manage your digital risk with a range of capabilities and expertise including integrated risk management, threat detection and response, identity and access management, and fraud prevention.

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Managing identity risk starts with measuring identity risk

Today’s rapid transformation of the workforce and workplace has resulted in more identity and access risk for organizations everywhere. To manage that risk, you need to understand it. Start by taking just a few minutes to assess your current risk posture and risk management practices, using the RSA Identity and Access Management Risk Intelligence Index.

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The security and control to stay ahead of identity risk

Unified identity assurance platform

SecurID Access simplifies authentication and credential management, helping to reduce IT support costs. With a conditional-access and risk-based approach, it ensures users are who they say they are and provides the right level of access from any device, across cloud and on-premises applications.

Modern authentication for dynamic workforces

SecurID Access empowers employees, partners and contractors to do more without compromising security or convenience. It provides authentication choice to meet the needs of your diverse user base with passwordless, hardware, software and mobile options.

Identity governance and lifecycle

SecurID Governance and Lifecycle delivers continuous access assurance and ensures users have appropriate levels of access. It provides visibility across organizations’ islands of identity in today’s blended cloud and on-premises environments.

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What is multi-factor authentication (MFA) and how does it work?

As the name suggests, multi-factor authentication (MFA) is the use of multiple factors to confirm the identity of someone who is requesting access to an application, website or other resource. Multi-factor authentication is the difference between, for example, entering a password to gain access and entering a password plus a one-time password (OTP), or a password plus the answer to a security question.

By requiring people to confirm identity in more than one way, multi-factor authentication provides greater assurance that they really are who they claim to be—which reduces the risk of unauthorized access to sensitive data. After all, it’s one thing to enter a stolen password to gain access; it’s quite another to enter a stolen password and then also be required to enter an OTP that was texted to the legitimate user’s smartphone.

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