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The Most Common Ways of Securing Passwords is a Bad Idea

Bottom Line IT
August 23, 2016 5:00 PM


Erik Jacobsen and Amy Mumby of Bottom Line I.T. talk about how enabling “two-factor authentication” is a relatively easy way to secure your digital accounts. It’s hard to know how to protect your personal security online and passwords with data breaches happening at businesses and institutions all the time. Enabling “two-factor authentication” (also called “multi-factor authentication” or “two-step verification”) is a relatively easy way to secure your digital accounts. This is absolutely true, but unfortunately nothing in security is ever quite as easy as people would want it to be. Full Article HERE

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