Two-factor authentication has become a necessity for online security. By adding an extra layer of protection, businesses and individuals can ensure that their accounts are more secure against unauthorized access.
Every business, from the smallest startup to the largest corporation, is at risk if they do not take steps to protect its devices and data.
Cyber attacks are no longer random events but deliberate attempts by professional criminals to generate revenue.
Most people became familiar with two-step verification when they began banking online. For years now, after entering their password, we have had to input a unique code received via SMS to access their bank account.
Multi-Factor authentication is now required by services ranging from social media platforms to corporate telework systems, which is excellent news for security professionals and end users.