In part 1 of the Password Conundrum, we talked about how we all hate passwords and how we can never remember a strong, unique password for every website, system, and application that we use.
In part 2, we talked about how a password manager can solve this problem and make your digital life much easier and more secure.
In part 3, I’ll explain multi-factor authentication and how to use it.
You don’t need an MFA (Master of Fine Arts) degree to use MFA (multi-factor authentication). Sorry for the acronym humor. MFA requires a user to provide an additional means of authentication or verification, in addition to entering a username and password.
Before we delve into MFA, let’s talk quickly about authentication.