Turn On Multi-factor (2-Factor) Authentication

Your password needs a partner—in the form of 2-factor authentication! With 2-factor authentication (MFA), anyone trying to log in as you must provide two proofs of ID:

  • Something you know, such as your password.
  • Something you have, such as a passcode, a phone, or even a mobile app.

Some systems automatically require two-factor authentication. Optionally, you can add this protection to all your business specific accounts, as well as to many types of personal accounts.


Turn It On for the College

  • Turn on MFA for Greenshades
  • Turn on MFA for Office 365
  • Contact us for information through the Runbiz Service Portal


Turn It On for Personal Accounts

Many popular services and websites, including Facebook and Snapchat, offer 2-factor authentication. Turn it on to protect your personal information and accounts.

Instructions Vary by Service

Two-factor goes by many different names—such as two-step verification, login approval, login verification, and so on—but they all protect your information and accounts.

See 2-Factor Auth (MFA) for:

  • A list of popular websites and services and whether or not they offer two-factor protection.


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