Some secrets are too important to be protected only by a password.

The problem with passwords is that they are too easily stolen, guessed, or phished. A bad guy who acquires your username and password can use those credentials to impersonate you at the associated service, with potentially disastrous results.

Your organization can't afford to make passwords the only barrier protecting your business files and email from outside attackers. You need an additional layer of security called multi-factor authentication. It works by requiring at least two forms of authentication, from any combination of the following elements:

  • "Something you know," suc ...

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