Thanks for letting us know about your interest in Multi-Factor Authentication for Clear Books. I'm sure you can appreciate that in this day and age, data security is of utmost importance - especially for a service such as Clear Books as we have the responsibility of storing personal and financial data. Because of the nature of the data that we handle, we obviously have a vested interest in security.
Two-Factor or Multi-Factor Authentication is something that has gained popularity in the past few years - no doubt because Google and other major services offer this as a free extra layer of security for your accounts. While this is a newer concept for many people, it is not quite as new for those familiar with corporate security.
I would like to take this opportunity to re-assure you about security when accessing our services. When using any of our applications, your connection is secured with SSL or TLS encryption - your web browser will tell you that this is happening if you look at your address bar. It should look something like this:
If anything happens that suggests your connection might not be secure, your browser will usually alert you.
Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions that you could make relating to using Multi-Factor Authentication would be a great help - points about past experiences
and expectations would all be helpful.