Single-Factor Authentication is not enough. An application, account, or system requires you to authenticate your identity using just one piece of ‘evidence’. Usually, this is your password.

Two-Factor Authentication, also called 2-step verification, is better. 2FA requires you to identify yourself using two different factors, such as a password plus a single-use code that’s sent to your phone. 2FA is a form of multi-factor-authentication or MFA.

Our April executive IT guidebook details the importance of using MFA for your business and lays out how to put it into practice.


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Below is a brief video detailing the importance of using multi-factor-authentication: