Multi-factor authentication cuts risk of getting hacked by 99%

You can lower the chances of hacking your personal internet content by 99 percent with multi-factor authentication. Phil Kirk is the Regional Director of The National Cyber Defense Agency. He says hackers increasingly harvest credentials through phishing emails or identifying passwords reused from other systems.

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