Google says default 2FA cut account breaches in half

Google’s decision to enable two-factor authentication by default appears to have borne fruit. The search firm has revealed that account breaches dropped by 50 percent among those users where 2FA (two-step verification in Google-speak) was auto-enabled. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/google-says-2fa-default-cut-account-breaches-193745716.html

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