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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is an electronic authentication method requiring two or more security factors to be successfully verified prior to granting access to a system or network. The best practice is to implement MFA for remote network and email access, as well as local administrative and privileged access.

Download the MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION (MFA) CYBER RISK GUIDE to learn about how to use MFA to stay resilient from cyber security threats.

In addition, you'll receive our PASSWORD HYGIENE RESOURCE, which outlines best practices with passwords to help keep your network safe.