Technology

Duo Two-Factor Authentication

Duo two-factor authentication adds an important layer of security to your MICA account.

When it comes to account security, it is best to protect with both something you know (your password) and something you have (Duo with your phone or mobile app). This second factor of authentication is separate from your username and password- Duo never sees your password. 

Remember, the information you are protecting is your own. 
These measures protect you.

Using two-factor authentication prevents unauthorized access to your account even if your password is compromised, because you will be promoted by Duo if there is a suspicious login attempt. If this occurs, contact the Help Desk immediately. 

Two-factor authentication will be required when you first log into a system or use a new device. You will have the option to allow Duo to remember your browser so you won't need to use Duo every time you login. For MICA staff or faculty whose job require access to student, faculty or staff personal information, Duo will prompt for authentication more frequently. 

System  Requires Duo Authentication Notes
myMICA Portal
WebCheckout
Adobe CC
Office 365
LinkedIn Learning
PeopleSoft CS
Workday
eMaint
Big Tree CMS
Google Apps You can turn on Google's two-factor authentication by following these instructions: Link to External Google Site
Canvas
MICA / App
Nelnet
StarRez