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If you are a regular reader, you’ll know I frequently talk about the significant security benefits that arise from the use of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)*.

So, I was really delighted to see a drinking glass engraved with the letters M F A during a visit to a client’s offices yesterday.

The client may claim the glass was actually a gift from the Managed Funds Association.

But I know the truth.


* MFA means you need more than just a username and password to gain access to a system. And while there are certain ways for cyber criminals to get through this security defence, most attackers won’t bother.