Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a security method that ensures a user is the only person who can access their Talon.One account.
When two-factor authentication is enabled, users of your organization are required to enter a one-time security code sent to their email address, in addition to their password, when signing in to Talon.One.
This adds an extra layer of protection to their account and increases the overall security of your organization.
Enabling two-factor authentication
To enable two-factor authentication for all users of your organization:
In the lower-left corner of the Campaign Manager, click Account > 2FA.
Toggle the Two-Factor Authentication button.
Select when users are required to enter a one-time security code:
- Each time they sign in to their Talon.One account on a new device, and every 30 days after that.
- Each time they sign in to their Talon.One account.
- Two-factor authentication is immediately enabled when you toggle the button.
- Each frequency option is applied right after you select it.
- You cannot enable two-factor authentication when single sign-on is enabled for your organization. Enabling single sign-on automatically disables two-factor authentication.
Disabling two-factor authentication
To disable two-factor authentication for all users of your organization:
- In the lower-left corner of the Campaign Manager, click Account > 2FA.
- Toggle the Two-Factor Authentication button.