Starting Wednesday, March 17th, IS&T will be turning on Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) services for over 100 Chapman software applications. Below are just a few of the 100+ software applications that will be moved behind 2FA:
- LinkedIn Learning
- And many more!
Over the past several weeks, IS&T has been testing these applications behind 2FA with our campus colleagues (faculty and staff) and we are happy to say that we have not received any reports of users experiencing access issues.
What will this look like for Faculty and Staff?
The 2FA experience will remain the same as it has for Email, Office 365, and Dropbox. All the same authentication rules will apply to the rest of the software application that are being placed behind 2FA. When you log in for the first time on a device or new browser, you will be asked to enter your username and password and then to either authenticate using the Authenticator app or a six-digit code sent via text message or Token.
Although we do not anticipate any issue caused by moving these applications behind 2FA, our Service Desk team is ready to help. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our Service Desk teams at Servicedesk@chapman.edu or (714) 997-6600. For more information about 2FA at Chapman University, please visit Chapman.edu/2FA.