"I'll be clear about what MFA does. You should use phishing-resistant multifactor authentication when you can to protect valuable data and systems," says Robert Grimes. "The good stuff - including passwordless options like from companies like BeyondTrust - could help stop 50% of the attacks. Eighty-90% of the stuff out there is probably only capable of stopping 10, 20% of the attacks, maybe 30%. And let me say, that's not - you know, if it stops a third of attacks, that is the reason why you should use multifactor authentication."

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