Maturing Security with a Rapid MFA Deployment at Grand Canyon Education
Andrew Goodman - Ping
Mike Manrod - Grand Canyon Education
Assuming responsibility for a global cybersecurity program is never easy. But it’s especially difficult while facing a barrage of sophisticated cyber attacks. As an organization’s new security leader, how do you know where do you start?
This was the case at Grand Canyon Education (GCE) less than two years ago, when Mike Manrod became head of IT Security at the global education provider. To mitigate their most immediate security concerns, GCE deployed multi-factor authentication (MFA) to 10,000 users in under 60 days. Join us on January 16th to learn how GCE prepared for its rapid deployment, and how MFA can be used to advance security maturity within frameworks such as NIST and Zero Trust.
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