HOW TO: Set Up and Use 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) in Kanbanize

As part of Kanbanize Version 4.15, we are introducing the option to enable 2FA.

What is 2FA, you ask?

2FA stands for Two-Factor Authentication which is a special case of Multi-Factor Authentication. MFA is a security technique that uses more than one step to authenticate a user. For example, it can use something that the user knows (usually a password), something that the user has (a physical key, credit card, USB token, smartphone) and/or something that the user is (fingerprint, voice recognition, retina scan). We already use the first way (or factor) of authentication – you have to know your password to get access to your Kanbanize account. However, passwords alone do not provide the best security since there are various ways in which they can be stolen. So, if you are one of our customers who are concerned about the safety of their data, worry no more – we’ve got you covered! With the release of Kanbanize version 4.15 we are introducing the option to add a second factor to the login process. This second factor will be the user’s smartphone.

Find out more info about set up and use in the dedicated article:

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