Multifactor Authentication is the first step in your cyber security journey. There is a long list of do's and don't's when it comes to securing your computer, many of them common sense, like make-your-password-complicated, or don't-reuse-passwords, but even these techniques are not fool-proof.
If (when!) your password is compromised, you can still be protected by multifactor authentication.
What is Multifactor Authentication?
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security process that requires you to provide additional evidence that authenticates you are who you say you are. Once MFA is turned on, if you log into your work Office365 at home you will be required to approve the access using an app on your mobile phone or to enter a code sent to it. This provides an additional layer of security to ensure your account is not compromised.