In this infographic, we'll cover why single-factor or one-factor authentication isn't the safest method to protect your business against cyber crime and why multi-factor authentication the foundation of good security.
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Cyber crimes can be prevented by implementing multi-factor authentication (MFA) within your business. MFA seeks to resolve the risks of single-factor by introducing an additional stage of authentication. In the case of two-factors, the password remains as the "something you know" but is followed by authenticating "something you own". In this infographic we will be going through the following:
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