Why Use MFA?
Cybercriminals have more than 15 billion stolen credentials to choose from. If they choose yours, they could take over your bank accounts, health care records, company secrets, and more.
Multi-factor authentication is important, as it makes stealing your information harder for the average criminal. The less enticing your data, the more likely that thieves will choose someone else to target.
As the name implies, MFA blends at least two separate factors. One is typically your username and password, which is something you know. Our PDF includes the following detail.
- Do Passwords Offer Enough Security?
- How Does MFA Work?
- Benefits of Multi-Factor Authentication