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Salesforce MFA Requirement: What you need to know by Feb 1

Whether you’re already using MFA and single sign-on (SSO) or not, join us to learn more about what this new requirement means for you.
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Craig Probus
Director of Product
OwnBackup

As cyberattacks grow in number, Salesforce is adding a layer of protection against threats.

On February 1, 2022, the global CRM leader will start requiring customers to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access Salesforce products.

Implementing MFA correctly can be challenging and time consuming, especially if you have a complex Salesforce environment and large number of users.

Whether you’re already using MFA and single sign-on (SSO) or not, join us to learn more about what this new requirement means for you.

Key highlights:

MFA details, including important deadlines
Why you should implement MFA as soon as possible
Best practices for implementing MFA
Reporting on privileged vs standard users
How to ensure MFA is properly implemented

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