The MFA website indicates that I’m in Manchester when I’m not, should I be suspicious?

The MFA website indicates that I'm in Manchester when I'm not, should I be suspicious?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff & students

The Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) website may show your location as Manchester in the Recent Activity section.  

This is to be expected since the majority of University network traffic goes via ZScaler which is based in Manchester. 

Find out more about MFA by visiting the MFA page

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