Passwords alone are not strong enough to protect your business’ critical data. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) provides the strength of security in leveraging the process of verifying that a person is who they claim to be, with:
- Something the user knows (Password/PIN),
- Something they have (Software/Hardware Token) and in
- Some instances, something they are (Biometric/ Facial Recognition)
Multi-factor authentication is best practice for securing user data and is seen as a need for the enterprise today, but increasing security does not need to be at the sacrifice of user experience or need to create headaches for IT management.