2 Factor Authentication: Enabling & Encouraging the Right Behavior

The purpose of 2-factor authentication—also known as multi-factor authentication—is to simply devalue a password itself. If a user’s password becomes compromised, the impact of the password’s compromise is diminished when a second factor is required. At Dwolla, we encourage our employees and our customers to use 2-factor authentication. In a previous blog post, Ben Schmitt, …

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