With 2-Step Verification (also known as two-factor authentication), you add an extra layer of security to your account in case your password is stolen. After you set up 2-Step Verification, you'll sign in to your account in two steps using: Something you know, like your password. Something you have, like your phone.
Two-factor authentication (2FA), sometimes referred to as two-step verification or dual-factor authentication, is a security process in which users provide two different authentication factors to verify themselves. 2FA is implemented to better protect both a user's credentials and the resources the user can access.
Once two-factor authentication is disabled, you can re-enable it with a new mobile device at a later time and regenerate a new set of codes. If your organization has enabled company-wide two-factor authentication, you can contact a superuser for your organization and ask them to reset your two-factor authentication.
SMS Two Factor Authentication (Dual Factor Authentication) is a security verification procedure, which is triggered through a user logging into a website, software or application. In the log-in process, the user is automatically sent an SMS to their mobile number containing a unique numeric code. This 'token-code' is then inputted by the individual, verifying themselves as the user logging into the online account.
A payment validation service is a complete end-to-end capability to validate any single payment or any single payment file. An ideal payment validation API would enable you and your customers to submit the correct bank payment details saving time and money and dramatically improving Straight Through Processing.
⇒A subscriber opt-in for a special promotion with a coffee chain
⇒The customer walks by a coffee shop associated with the coffee chain.
⇒The person is detected as being in the area of the coffee shop and a coupon code is sent to the subscribers phone
⇒The subscriber walks in the shop and shows the code to the clerk to receive their discount on their tall latte. The clerk scans or enters the code to validate “coupon” code.