Multi-Factor Authentication MFA

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security mechanism that requires the user to provide multiple forms of authentication in order to access a digital system or application. MFA typically involves combining something the user knows, such as a password or PIN, with something the user has, such as a security token or mobile device, or something the user is, such as biometric data like fingerprints or facial recognition. By requiring multiple forms of authentication, MFA adds an extra layer of security to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information or systems.