Duo Multi-Factor Authentication

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About Duo Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds a second layer of security when logging in to any of your Stevens accounts or services. In addition to needing something you know - your password - when accessing your account, you will also need something you have - such as your smartphone. This helps to prevent anyone but you from logging in to your account, even if your password has been compromised. Stevens uses Duo Security, a leading provider of multi-factor authentication services, to provide an additional layer of security to keep your accounts and data safe.

Getting Started with Duo MFA

Topic Applies To Description Link
Link a Device or Phone Number to Duo Students, Faculty, Staff Instructions for linking your smartphone, tablet, or phone number to Duo. Click here
Adding, Reactivating, and Removing Devices Students, Faculty, Staff Instructions for managing and reactivating devices linked to your Duo account. Click here
How to Log In Using Duo Students, Faculty, Staff Instructions on signing in using each of Duo's three authentication methods: Duo Push, phone call, and passcode. Click here

What To Do If You...

Topic Applies To Description Link
Lost Your Authentication Device Students, Faculty, Staff Learn how to access your account if you lose, damage, or cannot access your primary authentication device. Click here
Got a New Phone Students, Faculty, Staff Learn how to maintain access to your account when you get a new phone or replace one of your authentication devices. Click here
Travel Outside of the United States Students, Faculty, Staff Learn how to maintain access to your account if you travel to another country. Click here
For more information on Duo Security and MFA, please visit our FAQ page.

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Details

Article ID: 122708
Created
Tue 12/15/20 2:05 PM
Modified
Wed 7/21/21 9:56 AM