What is the Microsoft Authenticator App?

What is the Microsoft Authenticator App?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

The Microsoft Authenticator app allows enterprises and educational institutions around the world to perform Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).  You can even secure personal accounts with it, including Facebook. 

Edinburgh Napier University uses the Microsoft Authenticator app for MFA purposes only.  By installing the app and syncing your Edinburgh Napier account you are not providing the institution with any personal data or means through which to control your device. 

Further information can be found on the Microsoft website.  

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