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SF Welly - Boost Your Org’s Security with Two-Factor Authentication: Wed August 5 12pm NZT

Salesforce User Group, Wellington, New Zealand
Wed, Aug 5, 2020, 12:00 PM (NZST)

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Replies and comments from Tomasz / Sean / others in the chat

Tomasz Oczapowski: Adding MFA adds additional layer. Especially when SSO service is accessible outside VPM

Tomasz Oczapowski : 2FA is subset of MFA. You can apply MFA requirements to all Salesforce user interface authentication methods. These methods include username and password, delegated authentication, SAML single sign-on, and social sign-on through a third-party authentication provider. You can also apply the two-factor authentication requirement to users in Salesforce orgs and Communities.

Tomasz Oczapowski : Vishing is just one form of phishing, which is any type of message — such as an email, text, phone call or direct-chat message — that appears to be from a trusted source, but isn't. The goal is to steal someone's identity or money. It's getting easier to contact more people, too.

Rhyannon : You can't login as a user in a Community one MFA is enabled (meaning login as COMMUNITY user from their contact record). Regular login as other internal users still works, confirmed by Tomasz. Also Anna strongly recommends keeping one or more community user logins for testing purposes - that you can log in as a regular user using username and password - if you own the log in then this should get you over the complication identified by Rhyannon.

Tomasz Oczapowski - Boost Your Org’s Security with Two-Factor Authentication

At Salesforce, Trust is the number one value, and nothing is more important than the security of customers' data. Salesforce offers some of the most advanced security and authentication capabilities right out of the box! Join our virtual Zoom session and learn how to lock down user access by implementing Multi-Factor Authentication in your Salesforce org.

Tomasz Oczapowski (Salesforce Success Architect) would like to share with our SF Wellington extended Ohana best practices on two-factor authentication, in this interactive virtual session.


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  • Anna Loughnan

    Anna Loughnan

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