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Three More Reasons to Protect Everything with Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication has floated around the periphery of cybersecurity measures for years. Companies were the first major adopters because they had a great deal to lose and lots of opportunities to lose it. But smartphones have also made it an easy security measure for individuals, too. When your password needs to be matched to a code that’s sent to a separate device, your account is a lot harder for unauthorized users to break into. But it does create a small bit of inconvenience. Users can’t just log in with the passwords saved onto their browsers. They have to type in a unique code each time or, if they don’t have… Read More

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Two Reasons to Protect Everything with Two-Factor Authentication

Data theft is a constant threat, and it’s only getting bigger. Ransomware cuts through company security to get either payouts or incidental data, and unsecured networks let malicious users take even more information. Even on the individual consumer’s side of data security, people are after your passwords and your information. One of the best tools to keep people out of your accounts is with two-factor authentication. If you’re on the fence about it, here are two reasons why you should make it a priority: 1. Passwords are easy to guess, steal, or break. We all know how to make a good password. It needs to be longer than eight alphanumeric… Read More

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