Field: Business & Finance
Paper 10-1: Two factor authentications add more security to any application. This is well documented in the security realm. The problem tends to be how the 2FA is offered. Having to input a long string of randomly generated characters from a keyfob is irritating. Having to enter a second password or some other kind of information can be frustrating to end-users as well. This paper discusses a technology called Sound-Proof, which uses audio based on proximity to a device as a 2FA method. After reading the article, post an analysis in 600 words or less.