How To Protect Yourself With A More Secure Kind Of Multi-Factor Authentication Today

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This is an opinion editorial by Heidi Porter, an entrepreneur with 35 years in technology.

User Security

In previous articles about security and data breaches, we discussed the need for multi-factor authentication (MFA) on your Bitcoin accounts and any other accounts you want to protect.

Hacks will continue to happen where your account is compromised or people are sent to a nefarious site and accidentally download malware instead of verified software.

This will be the first in a series of articles around more resilient user security for your accounts, nodes and apps. We’ll also cover better email options, better passwords and better use of a virtual private network (VPN).

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