Today’s organizations, both large and small, are faced with the challenging task of securing a seemingly borderless domain of company assets. Identity and Access Management (IAM) becomes a critical aspect of managing access to company assets, with users connecting from multiple mobile and fixed devices. Security breaches are happening on a daily basis, with millions of usernames, passwords, and associated personally identifiable information being harvested. This information, while valuable in and of itself, is further used by threat actors to impersonate the affected individuals elsewhere, such as on shopping or banking sites. Multifactor authentication is a critical element to help thwart these ongoing breaches.