In 1996, Tom Cruise’s character in “Mission: Impossible” pulled off a vault heist, bypassing complex security features, including a retinal scan, a voice-recognition safeguard and a motion sensor. That fictional scene illustrates how a group of clever, motivated people can crack top-notch defenses. But in real life, a stunt like that would be … well, impossible.
Businesses understand the value of their data and proprietary information, and they know hackers become more sophisticated every day. That’s why some companies are choosing to beef up their security systems with two-factor (2FA) or