Zoom introduces Two-Factor Authentication to prevent security breaches

Zoom has introduced Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), making it easier for admins and firms to protect their users and prevent security breaches. The 2FA requires users to verify their identity by two or more pieces of evidence or credentials. The evidence can be something that the user knows (password or pin), something the user owns (a smart card or mobile device), or something that the user has (fingerprints, voice). This feature improves security at a lower cost.

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