Cybersecurity Awareness Month Week 1: Fear Factor or Multi-Factor
October 3, 2022
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), also known as two-factor authentication (2FA) and two-step verification, is a security measure that requires anyone logging into an account to navigate a two-step process to prove their identity. It makes it twice as hard for criminals to access an online account. When it’s available, always turn it on because it’s easy to do and significantly increases your security. Check out more helpful tips on the Information Technology Services Week 1 webpage. This is a great way to “See Yourself in Cyber!” (the theme of this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month).