Multifactor authentication (MFA) is a method of using more than one piece of information to verify user identity during sign-in. Multifactor authentication can be enabled on a domain level.

For example, if enabled for the kentico.com domain, all users with email accounts from that domain need to enter additional information (as opposed to using only their password) to sign in.

Enabling multifactor authentication

To enable MFA for your organization, contact our support team using the chat button below and we will set it up for your domain.

With MFA enabled, your users will need to use a mobile app, such as Google Authenticator, to sign in successfully.

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