Keeper Fortifies Industry-best Security Architecture with Integrated Two-Factor Codes
If you, or your organization, need access to high-value or sensitive accounts and records (like banks, emails, customer data, and more) you may be thinking about adding an extra layer of security to supplement usernames and passwords. Time-based one-time password (TOTP) codes are a form of two-factor authentication (2FA) that add an important second layer of security for logins. They work by prompting the user to provide a multi-digit verification code in order to be authenticated. The verification code is typically sent via an SMS text or a 3rd party authenticator app like Google Authenticator. The two-factor authentication code ensures that the person logging in is not being impersonated.