No one likes using passwords, but they are a necessary evil to keep your accounts safe. But you shouldn’t stop at just creating a password because they can be easily broken. In addition to creating a password, you should also encourage your workers to use multi-factor authentication (MFA).
Multi-factor authentication is an extra layer of protection that uses multiple verification steps to make sure the user is who they say they are. For example, say you wanted to use MFA to log in to your bank account. After entering your login credentials, you would be asked to verify yourself. In most cases, the next step would be entering a unique identifier that was sent to something only you have access to (e.g., a smartphone or email account).
The process may take a little longer than simply entering a username and password, but the additional security is worth it.