We’ve talked before about the importance of two-factor authentication. What it means is that there’s an additional step involved logging into your accounts. Maybe you answer security questions in addition to typing your password. Or you get a code in a text message. So even if a hacker figures out your password, there’s an extra hassle that might just scare them off. Nearly every kind of account from email to social media to your bank account offers a form of two-factor authentication, but a lot of people just don’t use it.
So I have a question for you. Do you use two-factor authentication on your accounts? If not, why don’t you? Let me know in the comments.