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U. of Washington implements two-factor authentication

The University of Washington is preparing to implement mandatory two-factor authentication for access to campus platforms. The university is encouraging students to begin using 2FA through Duo now ahead of required campus wide use this November across all UW campuses.

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Oregon boosting student cybersecurity with two-factor authentication

The University of Oregon is implementing a number of measures designed to boost digital security for students, including the addition of two-factor authentication for a number of campus services. The added layer of login security will be used for many of the campus services that students already log into with their Duck ID credentials.

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Auburn requiring two-factor authentication for student accounts

Auburn University is mandating two-factor authentication for access to student accounts. The changeover will begin with class registration and email access on Feb. 25, when the University will start to require students to use DUO, a two-factor authentication service. The university implemented DUO as a means to keep students’ identities safe and better protect their personal information.

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One Time Password (OTP) generators generate major two-factor interest

OTP generators range in size and shape – some are tokens, others can be carried on key chains, and others can be embedded into cell phones. Most, however, work in relatively the same way. A user enters a pre-determined account login, in addition to a new password generated on the spot by the OTP generator, to retrieve data from a secure service.

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Roanoke College launches mobile credential with Transact

The start of the new year has brought new and exciting updates to the Roanoke College Maroon Card, as the college is now issuing a mobile credential with Transact Campus. Roanoke students will now be able to use their smart phones and smart watches to access Maroon Card services across campus.

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Maryville University launches Transact Mobile Credential

Maryville University has launched Transact Mobile Credential for its campus community, moving the Saints ID onto student mobile devices. Students, faculty, and staff can now add their Saints ID card to Apple Wallet or Google Pay to use their iPhone, Apple Watch, or Android device to access buildings on campus, purchase meals, and more.

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