Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a good way to protect online accounts, but that doesn't mean users should let their guard down, warns a security expert
"MFA is generally stronger than simple password protection because users must provide two or more different sources to prove their identities.
"But if someone tells you it's unhackable, you shouldn't rely on them,' said Roger Grimes, a Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4 at a recent ITWC webinar. 'Most people are startled when they see how easy it is."
Grimes said organizations should train their users to beware of potential scams, even if they're using MFA..."
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