Google Really Pushing Two-Step Verification

With a new hack happening every week, I guess it makes sense to finally enable two-step verification for platforms that support it. Google has had the option for a while, but only recently have they taken another round at pushing it to their users. The will be a prompt on your device or PC shortly requesting once again that you turn it on - and this makes it simple and really helps secure your data. Secure data is never a bad thing.

The setup is simple: when logging into gmail or other Google apps product, a Google Prompt notification on your phone will ask you to approve or deny the login request, along with information about the profile, location and device you're trying to log in from. Making things even easier: the new feature is actually baked into Android using Google Play services, users only need to update to the latest version to get it.

Source: Engadget