Most data breaches involve weak, default or stolen passwords. According to Microsoft*, 99.9% of attacks can be blocked with Multi-Factor Authentication.


Most security breaches start with compromised credentials (i.e., passwords that are guessed, cracked or stolen). Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) helps secure your accounts by requiring at least two different "factors" of proof before you can log in.

Typical factors include:

  • Something you know: a password or PIN
  • Something you have: mobile phone or key fob.
  • Something you are: fingerprint or Face ID.

Are your accounts protected with MFA?
If not, it's time to enable it.


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