A door without a lock does not provide a layer of security to an opportunistic thief. If the door is locked, you at least have one layer of security. Now, imagine that the door also has a card or thumbprint reader that must be used in conjunction with the key to unlock the door. Then, you have multiple layers of security. While a skilled thief or attacker could still conceivably get in, it would require more time, and they’d likely move on to an easier target.

Multi-factor authentication, when connecting to services on the internet, is similar. Here’s why.

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