Keeping your information safe
Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) was activated for all students on Monday 26 October 2020. MFA will help keep your student information secure by strengthening our defences against increasing malicious cyber-attacks.
MFA provides extra security when logging into Griffith applications. You already sign in using your Griffith username and password. MFA adds a second form of identification to confirm that it is you logging in, such as a passcode sent to your computer or mobile device.
Welcome to MFA
If you do not have access to YouTube, view the welcome video at Microsoft MFA for students.
How to set up and use MFA
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If you do not have access to YouTube, instructions are available from Microsoft MFA Stream.
I do not have a phone
If you do not want to use a phone as your primary authenticating device, you can use a computer as your primary device, or purchase a Security Key from mi.token (see link below).
What is a Security Key
A Security Key is a small key which plugs into your computer and, along with your password, is used to authenticate your identity.
If you need a Security Key and are experiencing financial hardship please contact email@example.com to apply for financial assistance.
Other MFA authentication options
If using a mobile device or Security Key for MFA does not suit you, other options include installing a Browser Authentication Extension or using a third-party Authenticator App.
If you are unsure of the best option for your circumstances please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advice.
Browser Authenticator Extension
An Authenticator Extension generates an MFA verification code in your browser that is used to verify your identity when you login into Griffith Apps requiring MFA.
Third-party Authenticator App
A third-party Authenticator App is a free security App that generates a random code used to verify your identity when you login into Griffith Apps requiring MFA.