Solely using passwords for authentication is a thing of the past. The traditional method of authenticating users with a username-password pair can't discriminate between employees and hackers; organizations need a more secure way to authenticate users. Instead of making passwords stronger, a more viable solution is to add another layer of security to filter out unauthorized users. Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a method in which users are authenticated with something they know (e.g., a PIN, a phrase, an image), something they have (e.g., a phone, an ATM card), or a part of themselves (e.g., a fingerprint).
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