Multiple sites and programs offer multi-factor authentication. But are you using them?
Multi-factor authentication is having two or more means of identification required prior to gaining access to a program and/or site. For example, to gain access to a portal you may be required to insert your password and then answer a security question before any of your data populates. Vice President of Cybersecurity at PC Pitstop, Dodi Glenn, shares the advantages of using multi-factor authentication with MSPMentor. Watch the full FastChat below:
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