Add a second layer of security to vastly decrease your companies attack footprint.
2FA adds an extra layer of protection to the authentication process. It requires users to provide a second piece of identifying information in addition to a password. Examples of 2FA include answering a question like “What was your high school mascot?” or entering a verification code received via text message.
Why use 2FA?
The notion of 2FA as a best security practice is no longer even remotely new. Google brought the advanced form of online security into the mainstream conscience with the launch of multilayered protection for enterprise customers in 2010 and then for all Google users in 2011. Facebook followed soon after. Yet, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center, only 10 percent of American adults can correctly identify a two-factor-enabled login screen from a set of four choices.
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