What is Multifactor Authentication (MFA)?

Bryan Gibson

Last Update vor 4 Monaten

Multifactor Authentication or MFA is an authentication method used by many financial institutions, online merchants, universities and other companies who wish to protect the integrity of their users' accounts.  

As part of Bradley’s IT Strategic Roadmap, the university has invested heavily in security tools due to increased cyber security threats from around the world. Implementing Multifactor Authentication (MFA) on campus systems is the next step. In addition, federal compliance and insurance regulations require us to accelerate the implementation of the project.

Click the following link to go to the MFA Project FAQ document in Google Drive:


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DFS4ZE7M0pda7_404NyBETf3mg0jol3lxDBulXd-qMY/edit?usp=sharing

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