Two factor authentication is an excellent way to insure that only authorized users are able to access your IT systems. You may be familiar with two factor authentication if you have ever had to use a token generator to login to a secure web site, like a financial institution. The token generates a random alpha-numeric code that you enter in conjunction with your username and password. You typically also have to enter a 4 digit PIN in conjunction with this random code that insures only you are able to use your token. 2 factor authentication follows the security principal of something you know (your PIN) and something you have (your token). Without the two, you ca... Last modified on Continue reading
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