Setting up Multi-factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) can be enabled as a requirement by policy or users may choose to opt in to increase their personal security. MFA options include device registration, Yubikey OTP, FIDO Universal 2nd Factor (U2F), DUO Two-Factor Authentication, one time passwords sent to mobile phones, knowledge-based authentication, a standards compliant OATH server for issuing hardware or software one time password tokens and more. Multi-factor authentication services can be leveraged for all types of authentication including Web SSO, LDAP, and RADIUS and can be enabled for adaptive authentication when users are accessing specific applications or other conditions are met.

Getting Started