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Using 2FA or MFA to sign in to MyCompliance

Multi-factor authentication (MFA), or Two-factor authentication (2FA) are electronic authentication methods in which a user is granted access to a website or application only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism.

While the MyCompliance platform does not provide its own multi-factor authentication method, it can leverage 3rd-party tools.

MFA is available if a customer is using SCIM provisioning and Single Sign-On. Customers can utilise the native MFA capabilities of their Identity and User Management platforms, for example Azure Active Directory or Okta.

For any email-based user accounts in MyCompliance, multi-factor authentication will not be available.