Explained: Two-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication
Explained: Two-Factor vs. Multi-Factor Authentication – By Yaser Masoudnia securityledger.com
Everyone knows that passwords alone aren’t enough. Weak, reused or old passwords cause 80 percent of data breaches. From phishing to ransomware, zero-day vulnerabilities, to man-in-the-middle attacks, to key-logging and password cracking, cyberattacks leverage faster tools and exploit known weaknesses to get around even the strongest of passwords. Every application, device and login is an entryway to your business. They need to be better protected.