Guide - All Businesses Should Adopt MFA

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a method of logging in to a device or an app that requires at least two pieces of information. For instance, you might enter a password and then provide a fingerprint, or you may need to enter a one-time code sent to your phone.

Cyber criminals are constantly refining their methods for bypassing security measures, which is why it’s essential to have multiple layers of security in place. By using MFA, you can significantly reduce the risk of cyber attacks and other security threats. To learn more about MFA and how it can protect your business, check out our free guide All Businesses Should Adopt MFA today.

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