Multi-Factor Authentication in Pulse App
Multi-factor authentication can help drastically reduces the chances of fraud, data loss, or identity theft.
Passwords have been the most common way to authenticate. But, using just a password alone still presents a risk. Here are some worrying facts about this traditional security measure:
- 90% of passwords can be cracked in less than six hours
- Two-thirds of people use the same password everywhere
- Sophisticated cyber attackers have the power to test billions of passwords every second
*According to the Business Journals
Your passwords can still be vulnerable, which is the main reason for requiring and using MFA.
When you login to your Pulse app. Follow the prompts to set up MFA.
- Choose a method of verification: email, SMS/text, or voice (phone call) and enter the email address or phone number of your choice.
- Request a one-time pin code to be sent to that chosen method of verification
- Enter the one-time pin code that you received into the Pulse App
- Confirm or edit the device name that you are currently using
- If you select “Always Trust this Device” when you log in to your Pulse account on this device, you will not have to request and submit a code.
- If you select “Require Verification with every sign-in” this device will not be trusted, and you will be required to request and submit a code every time you login to your account on this device
- Go to Settings in the Pulse app to add, remove or edit verification methods and remove trusted devices
Go to Settings in the Pulse app to add, remove or edit verification methods and remove trusted devices
Note: if you remove your last verification method, you will be required to set up MFA the next time you login. By doing this you are also removing all of your trusted devices.
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