Multifactor Authentication Increased Security Updates

Administrative faculty and classified staff will need to use Okta Verify to log into campus applications with their ACE account starting June 3. 

With Okta Verify’s enhanced security features and one-tap push notifications, the multifactor authentication (MFA) experience is faster and more secure. The move also comes as SMS text messaging is no longer available as an MFA option due to security concerns.

Switch to Okta Verify now with these easy enrollment steps to avoid a delay in accessing services. Students and academic faculty can move to Okta Verify before it’s required in the fall. If Okta Verify isn’t the best option, contact the IT Help Desk for another secure MFA option.

For more information about this project, check out the ACE Account Increased MFA Security Initiative page on the UNLV IT site. 

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