Information Services

Multi-Factor Authentication

Using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) significantly increases the security of accounts, and therefore helps keep your personal data, and the University’s data secure.

**Latest news** Authy desktop is going end of life in March 24. There is work ongoing to identify a new desktop option. Further communications will be issued relating to this in due course. In the meantime users using Authy should continue to do so. 

Register (secured)

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Deciding on appropriate Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) authentication methods, registering them for use and choosing when to activate MFA on your account.

Help and support (secured)

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Find out more about ways you can get support including access to the dedicated support team, frequently asked questions and troubleshooting tips

What is Multi-Factor Authentication? (secured)

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A description of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and how it is used at the University.

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