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Daily Dashboard | CISA guidance outlines cyber risks to multifactor authentication Related reading: Council of State to examine Belgian DPA reform bill

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency published fact sheets outlining threats against systems “using certain forms of multi-factor authentication,” InfoSecurity Magazine reports. The CISA recommended organizations implement “phishing-resistant MFA" solutions, such as FIDO/WebAuthn, and public key infrastructure designed to prevent “push (notification) bombing” or “push fatigue.” To prevent vulnerabilities within application-based authentication, the CISA recommended employing “one-time passwords, mobile push notifications with number matching and token-based" one-time passwords. The CISA noted SMS and voice MFA should feature one-time passwords issued to users’ phones or email addresses.
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