Securing Online Accounts with Multifactor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is defined as a security process that requires more than one method of authentication from independent sources to verify the user’s identity.  MFA should be used to add an additional layer of protection on websites you use that contain sensitive information, or whenever enhanced security is desirable.  See this article to learn how to activate MFA on your accounts.

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1. Securing Online Accounts with Multifactor Authentication
2. Am I using a good password?
3. Create a strong and memorable password
4. Using a password manager
5. Which password manager should I use?