Microsoft identity-driven security

"In more than 63 percent of data breaches, hackers gain corporate network access through weak, default, or stolen user credentials." Using outdated multiple-password security is like leaving your front door unlocked for attackers. That's why Microsoft developed Azure Active Directory Premium, which keeps your front door locked and bolted with features such as a single, secure sign on for all apps for each employee and multi-factor identification to make your network less password reliant. Microsoft recognizes the importance of identity-driven security and their holistic strategy doesn't stop there. Check out this infographic to learn more.

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As the security landscape becomes more mobile and complex, traditional security methods are no longer up to the task. Check out this infographic to learn why the holistic approach of Microsoft’s Identity-Driven Security was designed to handle the threats of today, and tomorrow.

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