I’m getting unsolicited MFA verification notifications, what do I do?

I’m getting unsolicited MFA verification notifications, what do I do?

Aimed at: Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

If you are using Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and are getting unexpected MFA notifications then you should contact the IS Service Desk and reset your password via the Password Manager immediately. 

This could be an indication that your account has been compromised. 

Find out more about the MFA Project.

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