Why Not Always Multi-Factor Authentication?

According to a survey of 2,600 IT professionals conducted by security awareness training firm KnowBe4, only 38 percent of large companies use multi-factor authentication (MFA) while a whopping 62 percent of small to midsize companies don’t. MFA, which requires more than one method of authentication to verify identity, may not be the sexiest thing around, but with it in place, organizations can make it that much harder for attackers to accomplish their goals.

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