2-Factor Authentication: Hacking of your personal information

ST. LOUIS - Have you been hacked?

Did you blame the vulnerability of the site that was penetrated? Well, you could be a victim of something called "social engineering".

That's when hackers take advantage of your behavior to get you to do something, like click on links which leave you open to fraud.

That's what's happening with 2-Factor Authentication and here to talk about it is Scott Schaeffer from Blade Technologies Inc.

For more information: www.BladeTechInc.com
Phone: (314) 752-7999

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