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Multi-factor authentication (MFA) and two-factor authentication (2FA) add an extra layer of security to your users' accounts, drastically reducing the chances of sensitive information being hacked by cybercriminals.
There are basically three types of authentication factors; something you:
You must add one or more authentication factors for your OneLogin account to use MFA. You can also create multiples of the same factor (remember to name them descriptively) for different audiences, such as partners or new business units.
Create an authentication factor
For the 30-day free trial, you’ll add a OneLogin Protect authentication factor, which is OneLogin’s free MFA application for iOS and Android.
Log in to your OneLogin account as an administrator.
Go to Security > Authentication Factors.
On the Authentication Factors page, click New Auth Factor.
Select OneLogin Protect.
The authentication factor is listed on the Authentication Factors page.
Add the authentication factor to a user security policy
Go to Security > Policies.
Select Default Policy.
Go to the MFA tab.
In the One-time passwords section, check OTP Auth Required and OneLogin Protect.
In the Enforcement settings section, select which users will require OTP and when:
Assign MFA security policies to a group
A OneLogin group is the ideal way of associating users with MFA security policies.
Click Administration on the toolbar to go to the Admin panel.
Go to Users > Groups.
Click New Group.
Name your group, and then select Default policy from the dropdown menu.
You can now add users to this group individually or programmatically through mapping. For more information, see Groups or Mappings.
Assign MFA security policies to individual users
You can also associate MFA security policies on a per user basis.
Log in to your OneLogin Account Owner account.
Go to Users > Users.
Select yourself as a user.
Select the Authentication tab.
Under the User Security Policy dropdown, select Default policy.
Click Save User.
The user is now associated with the MFA policy. Be sure that your users have corresponding MFA applications installed on their devices. When a user logs in, they will be required to register their device.
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