Require two-factor authentication for your organization’s Workplace

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This article is only applicable to admins.
Two-factor authentication is a second layer of security that can be used on a website. It is also known as 2FA, two-step verification, TFA and multi-factor authentication. Using two-factor authentication reduces the risk of an attacker impersonating a user and gaining access to their account.
It requires a password and username as well as an extra piece of information that only the individual should know.
Workplace supports two-factor authentication methods such as SMS or authentication apps such as Google Authenticator and Duo Mobile. Workplace also supports the use of security keys on approved internet browsers.
Note: Two-factor authentication and single sign-on (SSO) are two different types of authentication method. Once a system admin has enabled SSO, two-factor authentication is turned off as a result.
If you’re not a system admin but you want to turn on two-factor authentication for your own Workplace account, you can do this via your settings.
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