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With brute-force, dictionary, and keylogger attacks rapidly bombarding passwords, administrators need to apply the necessary measures to secure their work environment from these types of attacks.
The most powerful and cost-effective solution to prevent password attacks is multi-factor authentication (MFA), as it requires additional credentials beyond just a username and password. For instance, admins can require users enter a one-time password (received through a phone call or text message) before they can access an application or certain data.
With most organizations opting for an Microsoft 365-based workspace, administrators must ensure that MFA is enabled for Microsoft 365 users to establish better security.
While Microsoft 365 provides the option to configure MFA, the process is quite time-consuming and confusing. With its user-friendly UI, M365 Manager Plus simplifies this task by allowing you to configure MFA for multiple users in just a few clicks.
With M365 Manager Plus, you can: