Wednesday June 3, 2020

Two-factor authentication: An easy, affordable security fix

Things are looking up for the security sector in businesses. Technology is cheaper, more available, and easier to implement than ever

10th March, 2019
Angela Madden, managing director of Rits Group: ‘There’s no excuse not to implement – it’s negligent not to’ Pic: Maura Hickey

While there are many advances in security for both individuals and companies, two-factor authentication is getting its time in the spotlight.

Things are looking up for the security sector in businesses. Technology is cheaper, more available, and easier to implement than ever. Combine that with the number of managed services out there and provided you have the will - which more companies now have - you can apply some robust security principles.

That said, it’s...

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