With your RIA practice as naked as Kirstin and Kate in the cloud, know two words: Google Authenticator
With advisors migrating their practices online, the vulnerability can't be overstated or easier to address
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February 6, 2021 at 2:39 AM
MIke raises a lot of great points on a topic none of us gets excited about but could cripple us when we least expect it. Especially in the world of cross platform integration that many RIA practices are exposed to like Single Sign On, its an acute problem. One breach at the front door can ripple through almost every application used by a practice. Kudos to Mike for getting Kate Upton, Jennifer Lawrence and Kirtsen Dunst mentioned in RIA Biz. That’s got to be a first!