Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA, is a robust security method that necessitates users to provide two or more forms of authentication to gain access to a system or application. It adds an extra layer of security by requiring users to confirm their identity using something they know (e.g., a password) and something they possess (e.g., a mobile device). Game Warden prioritizes the security of its platform by implementing MFA. This security measure enhances the protection against unauthorized access and potential breaches. By requiring multiple forms of authentication, Game Warden ensures that only authorized individuals can access its platform, safeguarding the sensitive information and software it facilitates for the DoD.