Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) means you need at least two pieces of information to log in to a device or an app—a password, a fingerprint, and possibly an extra single-use code sent to your phone.
Cybercriminals use increasingly sophisticated techniques to bypass security. So the more barriers you put in their way, the harder you make it for them to break into your systems.
All businesses should use MFA as it protects against cyber-attacks and other security threats. Our new free guide tells you all you need to know.
Let us know if you have any questions or need help setting up MFA for your company.