How to Implement Two Factor Authentication (2FA)

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) provides an essential layer of security for your online accounts. After entering your username and password, you will need to provide a One Time Passcode (OTP) often sent to your phone via text message or generated by an Authenticator App.

If ever login credentials are compromised, cyber criminals will be blocked from access because they will need the One Time Passcode.

We have step-by-step guides to help you turn on 2FA for popular websites. Remember to store backup codes safely in case your 2FA method becomes unavailable.

NEVER reveal your One Time Passcodes to anyone. Scammers call up to manipulate us into divulging the passcode so they can bypass the 2FA stage. Read more below:

Downloadable guides on how to enable 2FA on various platforms