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When you’re trying to keep your accounts secured, one of the best strategies is to employ a two-factor authentication strategy wherever possible. You’ve probably utilized it before, without even realizing it.
While the use of a username and password combination has become ubiquitous when it comes to digital accounts, two-factor authentication adds another component into the mix. In order to verify that you are, in fact, the person associated with the user credentials, the website will ask you to input another proof of your identity. Sometimes this is a predetermined key code, or sometimes it can be a key code sent to a secondary device. Some devices are able to use a different form of authentication, like your fingerprint or even your face.
Two-factor authentication is often found on websites that contain information of a more personal nature, like shopping, banking, and email websites. This may come as a surprise to some, but Gmail even offers a setting to allow you to establish 2FA on your account in a few short minutes.
And that’s it! Your Gmail is now protected by two-factor authentication. For more handy technology tips, be sure to subscribe to our blog.