Within a few months, Google Nest users will be required to use two-factor authentication (2FA) to access their devices. Google has promised that the new process will integrate seamlessly into the Nest user experience.

Experts Comments

February 13, 2020
Scott Gordon
CMO
Pulse Secure
Security threats must embolden consumer defenses. Too often, users are simply activating devices in their home network or on the road without considering connectivity risks. As smart device adoption, from thermostats and light bulbs to garage doors and gates, continues to grow, users must be vigilant to not only change passwords but to take advantage of advanced security settings. By introducing 2FA, Google is adding necessary security measures to protect consumers. As organizations progress.....Read More
Security threats must embolden consumer defenses. Too often, users are simply activating devices in their home network or on the road without considering connectivity risks. As smart device adoption, from thermostats and light bulbs to garage doors and gates, continues to grow, users must be vigilant to not only change passwords but to take advantage of advanced security settings. By introducing 2FA, Google is adding necessary security measures to protect consumers. As organizations progress Zero Trust security at work, they must fortify their security awareness programs; especially since the home office and business travel are the new corporate perimeter.  Read Less
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