Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a process where users are prompted during a sign-on event for additional forms of identification. This prompt could be to enter a code they receive on their cellphone or provide a fingerprint scan. Requiring a second form of authentication increases security since this additional authentication factor is far more difficult for …
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