Guide to Digital Identity — Part 3 (2FA or MFA)

2FA or MFA (Two or Multi-Factor Authentication)

The two-factor (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA) method uses two or more factors to authenticate a user. It is considered more secure than the conventional single-factor authentication method described in the previous article (Guide to Digital Identity — Part 2).

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