Date published: 12/2/2016

In the coming weeks you'll start to hear more about a security enhancement for your UCLA login credentials called Multi Factor Authentication (MFA).  Right now MFA is an optional, but very good practice.  It adds another layer of protection for your account that includes not just your login ID and password, but a secondary device to verify your identity.   You can learn more about MFA from this brief video, or dive deeper into the MFA program webpage.

If you'd like more information about MFA or would like to start using it, please log a help desk request and Psych IT will follow up with you directly.

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