The 3rd principle of Zero Trust Security is verifying explicitly.
It’s not about providing one-off access anymore based on just passwords.
Multi-factor authentication has become the norm, but few understand the true meaning.
Using passwords with PIN does not provide multi-factor authentication as they belong to the same category, which is “something you know”.
The best way is to pick one factor from each category, such as a password (something you know) + fingerprint ((something you are) + pattern (something you do) or location (somewhere you are).
Maybe the multi-love factor authentication looks like the below?
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