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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Drexel IT (DUIT) will be turning on multi-factor authentication (MFA, also referred to as two-factor authentication, or 2FA) in the coming weeks. Like many other accounts you may have this enabled on, you will now have to provide a code when logging on from a new device, and then once every 60 days. This will mitigate against stolen credentials by requiring access to more than just someone's username and password.

If you'd like to get started configuring MFA, you can follow these draft instructions provided by DUIT. Please let us know if you find that the instructions do not address a specific step.