Even when following current best practices for passwords, there will be times when your password is compromised. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a second level security solution for your passwords, requiring you to present two separate pieces of information to complete the login process.

There are multiple types of MFA, typically the process will typically include security questions that you setup when you enrolled in the online service, a token or pin sent to your smart phone, text messages, or emails with clickable links.

MFA can often be seen as a nuisance, because logging into services involves an extra step and as they say time is money. However, this extra step provides you an extra layer of security. Giving you additional peace of mind.