CISA Urges Organizations to Implement Phishing-Resistant MFA


The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published guidance on how organizations can protect against phishing and other threats by implementing phishing-resistant multi-factor authentication (MFA) and number matching in MFA applications.

MFA requires users to present a combination of two or more different authenticators to verify their identity. MFA is a security control designed to make it more difficult for attackers to access networks and systems using compromised login credentials.

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The CISA recommends that all organizations adopt MFA for their users and services, including email, financial, and file-sharing accounts, in order to lessen the risk of unauthorized access through compromised credentials.

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