Two-factor authentication (2FA) is one of the most important ways to protect our digital assets today. In brief, two-factor authentication is a process that requires two of the three authentication factors:
1) Something you know (a password, a security question, etc)
2) Something you have (a token, a debit or credit card, a RFID chip, cell phone application, etc)
3) Something you are (fingerprint, iris scan, face scan, voice recognition, etc)
Most people associate two-factor authentication only with computer access; but while you may not realize it, Read more about What is Two-Factor Authentication?