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    What is multi-factor authentication?

    Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an enhanced authentication method in which a user is granted access to a website or application only after proving their identity with 2 or more pieces of evidence (factors). As an example, a website employing two-factor authentication (2FA) will first ask you for a password and may then send you an additional passcode to your device or mobile phone which you have to verify before gaining access.

    MFA comes in many forms:

    • physical object (such as a fob) commonly employed by banks for account access
    • single use code - ¬†sent via text message, phone call or email
    • biometric input¬†- fingerprint, facial scan, voice recognition

    We highly recommend that you use MFA for services which provide it as it provides yet another level of security beyond using a secure password.

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