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Securing Workday - implement an authentication policy

May 18, 2018 Ellis Clark

Whether you’re signing up for a new credit card or distilling information down to employees within your organization, everyone is conscious about keeping their data safe and out of the hands of those who don’t need it. And in today’s growing and constantly changing cyber world, it’s important to keep up with these changes and take the necessary steps to ensure your personal, employee and customer data is safe and secure.

To do this Workday provides an extra layer of security through their authentication policy. Not only does this help protect your data but it allows you to determine how and where data is shared depending on how it’s accessed.

See how an authentication policy can improve your data security.

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