Security is a key concern for every business. We’ve talked before about our love of LastPass, which allows us to store all of our passwords and allocate access to that data without ever needing to “display” or opening share the credentials. But did you know there is one more step to optimal security? Multi-factor authentication is crucial.
Multi-factor authentication is an additional layer. So instead of just logging into LastPass, you also need to “authenticate” the login with a simultaneous response from your cell phone. LastPass’s multi-factor authentication is super easy to set up. Whenever you log into LastPass, you just need to make sure your cell phone is handy so that you can “approve” the login attempt. This is all very easy from a user standpoint, but invaluable as an additional layer of security.
Don’t hesitate to implement multi-factor authentication – security concerns are very real!