Two-factor authentication is two tiered security procedure for authorized users. It is an effective measure to minimize potential stolen data related to privileged access breach.
Two-factor authentication represents one way to immediately improve nearly all aspects of a company’s information security. Some companies choose to only turn on two-factor authentication for their “privileged accounts”, which is another way of saying “administrator accounts”. These accounts are the #1 way that hackers move around a company’s network, so protecting those accounts is a top priority for information security teams.Paul Lanzi, COO, Remediant
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