Turn on MFA Before Crooks Do It For You
Posted June 19, 2020
- Hundreds of popular websites now offer some form of multi-factor authentication (MFA), which can help users safeguard access to accounts when their password is breached or stolen.
- But people who don’t take advantage of these added safeguards may find it far more difficult to regain access when their account gets hacked, because increasingly thieves will enable multi-factor options and tie the account to a device they control.
– Brian Krebs | June 19, 2020