[PeopleSoft Innovation Summit] Zero Trust Remote Authentication for PeopleSoft

Securely Expand Policies and Procedures to Enable Remote Workers

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As many organizations expand policies and procedures to enable remote workers, the ability to maintain strict authentication measures into critical business applications like PeopleSoft has never been more important. Many are turning to adaptive multi-factor authentication to be the primary strategy.

An adaptive MFA solution is built on zero-trust principles, where no access is trusted by default. By leveraging contextual attributes (IP origin, time of day, whether the device used meets your security policy), organizations can adapt their authentication challenges to accurately reflect the level of risk a user’s access might pose and employ granular policy controls. Using an adaptive MFA is the best way organizations can maintain strong authentication strategies while limiting user friction and push-back that can slow your rollout.

Learn how to ensure your PeopleSoft systems meet the identity and access management demands that modern data security threats require!

● Leading security use cases where MFA is a best practice to reduce risk
● Challenges for integrating MFA with PeopleSoft and how to solve them
● How PeopleSoft/MFA integration can limit user pushback and adoption can be embraced across the organization

Presented by :

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John Buzzone

Enterprise Account Executive

Duo Security

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Greg Wendt

Executive Director Security Solutions


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