UCLA Reaches Multi-Factor Authentication Deployment Milestone

UCLA Administration units are now using multi-factor authentication to access all SSO-protected applications.

Today, UCLA reaches a key milestone in its effort to better protect its digital infrastructure and asset. UCLA Administration becomes the first major campus organization to require its staff to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) when signing into campus VPN and all UCLA Single Sign-On (SSO)-protected applications. MFA is a security feature aimed to protect UCLA Logon account holders from hackers attempting to steal user passwords.

As a part of a broader campus-wide IT security strategy, we are working with additional campus organizations to deploy MFA campus-wide in the coming months. You can enroll today.

If you have any questions or need help enrolling in MFA, please contact your department’s IT group or reach out to Bruin OnLine: (310) 267-4357, consult@ucla.edu.

Thank you for helping keep UCLA’s data secure.

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