Two-factor authentication (2FA) strengthens access security by requiring two methods (aka factors) to verify your identity. These factors typically a username and password, combined with a smartphone app to approve authentication requests.
Two-factor authentication protects against phishing, social engineering and password brute-force attacks and secures your logins from attackers exploiting weak or stolen credentials.
Verify your identity with a push notification from an authentication app.
Verify your identity with a passcode from a hardware token device.
Verify your identity with a unique passcode is sent to your via SMS.