The Case for Multi-Factor Authentication
Updated: Nov 20
We face an urgent need for every individual, group, organization and company to require the use of Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA.
MFA greatly improves the overall security posture of online services and helps protect users, businesses, and organizations from various cyber threats. It prevents unauthorized access to online accounts or information and can significantly reduce your risk of being attacked or being the easily unlocked front door that triggers a significant cyber attack.
Recent incidents and headlines have driven the urgency for this action.
Please update your accounts to enable MFA, the steps will vary by platform but likely start after you Login to your account and view the Security or Account Settings options. You will need to look for MFA or 2FA options, and you should then see prompts to select texting/SMS or a third-party app.