Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

MFA is an authentication method that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors when attempting to gain access to services or systems. MFA has been used by System Office IT staff for several years to gain access to secured systems. Select Marketplace users must use MFA to access the tool. System Office employees at large must use MFA when accessing Microsoft Office 365, which includes the full productivity suite of applications (including Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Outlook email, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams. This will be the case for any device access any of the System Office Microsoft Office 365 resources. Additional applications and websites will be added in the future to support MFA.

System Office employees may refer to this MFA FAQ document for information about MFA including how to enroll.

After enrolling, change or update your MFA preferences and information via the Additional security verification page. 

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