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Protect your files in OneDrive

  Now that you are using OneDrive, information is available on how you can protect your data in the cloud. Though your data is in the cloud, you remain the owner of your data.  

Here are some things you can do to help protect your files in OneDrive:

  • Create a strong password. Add security information to your Microsoft account like phone number, an alternate email address, or security questions and answers. That way, if you ever forget your password or your account gets hacked, Microsoft can use your security info to verify your identity.
  • Use two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication helps protect your account by requiring you to enter an extra security code whenever you sign in on a device that you have used or saved. The second factor can be made through a phone call, text message, or app.

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