[White Paper] From Basic to Modern Authentication: Implications for Security and Migrations

Microsoft recently disabled Basic Authentication for Exchange Online mailboxes, a move that reflects the broad implementation of stronger security protocols like multifactor authentication (MFA) and zero trust policies. Modern Authentication will now be essential going forward.

This white paper begins with a short history of Basic Authentication, outlining the list of vulnerabilities that necessitate the move to Modern Authentication. You’ll learn about the security and user experience benefits of Modern Authentication as well as a breakdown of its three main components. At BitTitan, we’re fully onboard with the move to Modern Authentication and MigrationWiz is prepared for the change.

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