It is a fact of life for IT security professionals that authentication/identity is the new perimeter for protection enterprises from being compromised by those with malicious intent. This goes not just for those posing external threats that grab headlines, but as importantly for those by internal malcontents who remain responsible for a significant portion of problems. As a result, multi-factor authentication (MFA) has become a top priority for helping IT mitigate risks. The goal is to provide seamless and secure access across any device, anytime.