According to Pew Research Center, 84 percent of adults rely primarily on memorization or pen and paper to store passwords. But we know that storing passwords on paper could lead to exposure. Instead, using a complex password, combined with password management, and two-factor or multi-factor authentication can help greatly reduce risks. Especially with phishing on the rise.
Mark wrote an article on tips to implement two-factor and multi-factor authentication for Cyber Oregon. Cyber Oregon’s mission is to build tangible solutions to protect the digital lives of all Oregonians. The Cyber Oregon Awareness Initiative is powered by an active consortium of industry, educational institutions, organizations, and state/local government agencies. You can read Mark’s complete article here.
Author: Kelly Stremel
McKenzie Worldwide for PKI Solutions