Articles tagged: multi-factor authentication
Headlines are proclaiming that two-factor authentication has been hacked. That in no way means you shouldn’t use it. Your account is still much safer with two-factor enabled.
A tech journalist lost his phone and encountered issues recovering a two-factor-protected account. We can all learn from his experience.
My phoned died, and with it, all the two-factor authentication methods I’d used it for. Here’s how I recovered.
Passwordless authentication removes the need for a password and replaces it with something else. But can that be secure?
Two-factor authentication is an important tool to keep accounts secure, but prepare for losing the second factor so you don’t lose your account.
Two-factor authentication is a great way to keep your accounts secure from hackers — even those who manage to get your password.
When you lose your second factor, there are two things to be concerned about: getting into your own account — for which you should be prepared — and someone else having access to your second factor — which isn’t as scary as it sounds.
If your account is ever part of a breach, secure it to avoid further risk.
Security threats for people working from home are increasing. I’ll review steps you need to take to keep yourself, your company, and your job safe.
Two-factor authentication is perhaps the most important, if not most recommended, additional security steps you can take for your online accounts. I walk through two-factor using a Microsoft account.
Given how much we’ve come to rely on them, are you prepared to lose your mobile device?