Adding 2-step authentication


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Adding 2-step authentication

My name is Jess Stratton and welcome to Monday Productivity Pointers. You should think about adding something called two-step verification to as many services you subscribe to that offer it as a service. Two-step verification offers an additional layer of security, by having you first log into that site using your password as normal, and then having the site send you a code to your phone. You then enter that code in, and you can begin using the service. That's the second step. Now you won't be prompted again on that particular device, but should anyone else try to login on any other machine, they'll need your phone also.

This is why two step security is so great. In addition to needing your password, a potential thief also needs your cell phone, and they have to have it on them in order to get an access code to access all those accounts. You can also usually have a two-step security measure make a voice call to your home phone. But remember, that's not going to help you if you're tr...

Adding 2-step authentication
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Adding 2-step authentication provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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