Two-factor authentication (2FA) safeguards companies against data breaches and supports privacy compliance by adding an extra layer of security verification processes. Multi-factor authentication is a security measure that allows for multiple forms of authentication or credentials. Authentication factors can include pieces of information, identifying qualities, or specific possessions that prove a user’s identity and allows access to the information, or services they need.

The three types of factors most commonly used for authentication are:
• Something a user has (physical token based, soft token)
• Something a user knows (i.e. a password or an answer to a specific security question)
• Something a user is (i.e. a biometric factor like a fingerprint or iris scan)

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