The majority of customers are very concerned about the security of their data on the Internet. A simple but very effective measure for more data protection is multi-factor authentication (MFA). It is a security mechanism requiring users to provide multiple authentication methods to access a system or account. MFA includes at least a second factor, such as a fingerprint scan, facial recognition or a code generated by an app on a smartphone.
But what exactly does it mean? And how can increased security through MFA be perfectly combined with user convenience?
You'll find the answers to these questions in our whitepaper.