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Multi-factor Authentication USB on Keyboard

What is multi-factor authentication (MFA), and why should I use it?

Many businesses, software vendors, and online services are moving away from password-only verification to multi-factor authentication, and you should, too. Passwords are fundamentally flawed and notoriously difficult to secure. MFA makes user identity and access management safer and more dependable.

Why relying on SMS-based two-factor authentication is a mistake

There is no question about it; 2FA is a far superior identity and access management system than the traditional username-password sign-on. It adds an extra security layer to protect user accounts from password-related hacks. However, 2FA's effectiveness depends on the method and means used.

Protecting Your Business From the Dark Web

The thought of losing your login details to the Dark Web's marketplaces is scary. Unfortunately, most people are already victims. If you want to protect your business from the aftershock of stolen credentials, you need to act now with the right security measures.