What Is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)?
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an additional layer of protection beyond your password. It significantly decreases the risk of a hacker accessing your online accounts by combining your password (something you know) with a second factor, like your mobile phone (something you have). Many of the world’s largest websites have made 2FA readily available from the security settings of your online accounts, but it’s up to you to turn on this free feature. This ultimate guide will help you Turn It On and keep hackers out.
How It Works
Why You Need It
Brooke turned it on to protect
her online reputation.
“I don't want anyone else
posting as me or accessing
Nick turned it on to protect his
email and gaming accounts.
“I work and play too hard
to have some hacker
ruin my day.”
Suzanne turned it on to protect
her financial future.
“It's scary to think that all my years
of planning could be destroyed
simply because someone
stole my password.”
Benefits of 2FA
|It’s free and easy||It protects your identity|
|It stops hackers||It’s available on most major websites today|
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“Recognizing the need to educate customers, TeleSign launched turnon2fa.com, the only free and comprehensive guide informing people how to enable 2FA on more than 100 popular websites.”Published August, 06 2015
The Wall Street Journal
“'The number one tip most experts give for increasing account security and stopping the fallout from data breaches is to turn on two-factor authentication,' said Steve Jillings, CEO of TeleSign.”Published June, 05 2015
“Even if you understand completely that two-factor authentication is valuable, it's still hard to know just where you can use it, and how to enable it. That's where TeleSign's new Turn It On website comes in.”Published August, 06 2015
“The campaign features guides for over 100 websites including popular online banking, social networking and e-commerce websites.”Published June, 04 2015