A CDE Definition
See multi-factor authentication.
Using two or more forms of identification to authenticate a user. The common single-factor authentication employs one password. For more security, multi-factor authentication adds at least one more form such as a text message with a one-time number, a physical token or some form of biometrics. See two-factor authentication, authentication token and biometrics.
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