Two-factor and multi-factor authentication provides an additional layer of security to your FAUNet ID. Using Duo enables you to set up a second factor (phone, key fob, or other mobile device) with your account to prevent anyone but you from logging in, even if they happen to know your password.
To better protect University data and to ensure compliance with State of Florida access control polices, the University has begun implementing stricter password policies.
Users with access to sensitive data through use of their FAUNet ID will have to sign up for a new service called Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), which will let you keep the same password for 365 days.
MFA is a technology that provides a second method of authenticating you when logging into services with sensitive information. You will be able to choose from a few methods to accomplish this.
To start or change your enrollment choice please use our
Two-factor and multi-factor authentication enrollment tool
Please visit here for additional assistance getting setup.
To enroll use the appropriate Two-Factor and Multi-Factor Enrollment tool above. We recommend that you enroll using both the mobile app and a backup option for authenticating. This backup number will allow you to login if you are unable to use your cell phone. The mobile app works across cellular data and Wireless (WiFi), as well as offline. We highly recommend this method because using this application incurs no data, text (SMS), or other charges when using codes and WiFi.
If you are an employee and do not have access to a smartphone, we recommend that you request a hardware key fob (FOB) by submitting a help desk request . FOBs may be picked up by appointment from the Help Desk in CM22 on the Boca Campus, SR291 on the Jupiter Campus, or LA303 on the Davie Campus.
More information about MFA and the devices supported by FAU can be found by visiting the Duo Security user documentation .