Phishing Just Got More Complicated


A women using two-factor authentication to prevent phishing

Last month, the FBI released a note warning businesses that hackers are bypassing two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is usually seen as extra secure because it not only requires your username and passcode but also a unique security token—like a one-time password texted to your smartphone.  Businesses are increasingly using two-factor authentication as an end all be all form of protection which is scary because it turns out that hackers are actually able to automate phishing attacks to intercept that unique security token. That’s why it’s more important than ever that your business is armed against phishing attempts.

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