IT leaders disagree on security change catalysts

Tom Allen
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What drives security changes: people or technology?

New security technologies like multi-factor authentication (MFA) and single-sign-on are "critical", IT leaders told us at the Okta Forum London last week - but they disagreed on what drives develop...

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