Two-factor authentication, also called multifactor authentication (MFA), is one of the easiest and more powerful ways to institute extra security around your network. It works by verifying identities with a temporary passkey or verification code sent to a user’s mobile device. Even if credentials are obtained, unauthorized users won’t be able to access your data without the verification code sent to the authorized person’s mobile device.
If you aren’t using multi-factor authentication, my team can help. Feel free to reach out.