A Security and Permission First Approach to Cloud Mobile Access, Secure File Sharing, Data Protection and Cloud Migration
2FA - Two-Factor Authentication - Easy to use Security Feature in CentreStack
In the attached video, I describe how easy it is to set up two-factor authentication for yourself in CentreStack, and also how to set up 2FA enforcement as a policy for your users if you are a tenant administrator.
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