What Is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)? 

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a form of multi-factor authentication (MFA), and is also known as two-step authentication or two-step verification. 2FA is a security measure that requires end-users to verify their identities through two types of identifiers to gain access to an application, system, or network. Think of your most recent login…

The ACSC Essential Eight: Delivering MFA for all Australians

Australian government agencies will soon be expected to apply multi-factor authentication (MFA) to the digital services they provide to the Australian public, as part of a substantive overhaul to the ACSC’s Essential Eight Maturity Model. The Essential Eight is a set of priority controls agencies are expected to implement to mitigate cyber…


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