Authentication Factors

The three primary factors of authentication are something you know, something you have, and something you are. Multifactor authentication uses more than one authentication factor and is stronger than using a single authentication factor. You are the security professional assigned to design the authentication process for your company. The goal is to secure very sensitive customer data. Thinking about what you know about factors of authentication, provide an example of the process you would implement for users to authenticate to the company’s intranet. How might employee access differ from customer access? Be sure to fully explain your reasoning.