Google Ramps Up Security By Making Two-Factor Authentication Essential For Nest Accounts
Security concerns across the globe are on the rise and it is important that the companies around the world put in some strict measures to ensure safety comes first. One of the best actions we can take to ensure this is to enable two-factor authentication.
While this has been around for a while, Google is now going to make it mandatory for Nest smart home accounts. This means that the users will first have to log in using their credentials and then a six-digit code is either sent to the email/phone number, whichever the user has selected. This needs to be entered before the users can log in to access their account.
If users log in using a Google account, they may be able to complete this verification through other options provided by Google, such as by using the Google app.
With more and more smart home devices being added to every account, this makes it even more justifiable to set up and use. Users will soon be informed about the change and no action is required as of now.
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