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Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is common across all industries and one of many tools in your cybersecurity toolbox. Strong MFA will form layers of security between bad actors and your data systems and accounts. But if you’re relying on MFA to guard your system from cyber threats alone, you could be more at risk than you realize.
MFA can be powerful protection, but it isn’t infallible. It can be hacked in multiple ways. Read why MFA is not a failsafe strategy for user authentication and what you can do to protect against those MFA hacks.
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