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Multi-factor Authentication, otherwise known as MFA helps fortify online accounts by enabling a second piece of information to login – like a one-time code.  It can be applied to your home accounts, such as iTunes, Netflix, Google or work accounts, such as Microsoft 365.
Practice Safe Sharing. How to use OneDrive, Teams and SharePoint to send files to your colleagues.
This article covers an explanation of phishing and other suspicious emails. The common scams that try to trick you into revealing information about yourself.
This article provides an overview of Frequently Asked Questions associated with Multi Factor Authentication and Self Service Password Reset.
Acadia University Information Security Classifications help members of the university to identify, understand, manage, and use university data appropriately.
One of our goals is to enable you to work as securely as possible from home. Below are some simple, effective steps to working securely. The best part is all of these steps not only help secure your work, but they will make you and your family far safer as you create a cyber secure home.
Article provides a summary of the Information Privacy and Data Security Policy
This Guide walks you through the initial set up and MFA enrolment.
This article provides instructions on how to update or add additional, alternate of back up methods of contact for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Password Reset (SSPR).
This guide will outline the process of using MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) for logging into supported applications such as Office 365 and other connected resources.