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This article answers common technical questions received by IT Client Services at the start of each semester.
Multi-Factor Authentication (Also known as MFA, Dual-Factor or Two-Factor Authentication) adds an additional level of security to software or devices that you access, by requiring you to verify your identity using more than one method. This article identifies what MFA is, its importance in maintaining data security, and ways you may encounter it.
This article goes over the various systems offered and what login credential format can be used to access them, as well as common term definitions.