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What Kind of Fool Am I (That Doesn’t Use MFA)? (October 20, 2020)

Lawyers are often concerned about the ethics rules requirements of understanding “the risks and benefits of relevant technology.” But you do have to competently protect your clients digital information and you would be wise to protect your own digital information, particularly your online financial accounts. One of the major steps in protecting digital information is using multi-factor authentication for the online services you use. Fool is a strong word. But read this great column by these two legal tech experts to see why they used it. What Kind of Fool Am I (That Doesn’t Use MFA)? by Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek