Salesforce MFA Mandatory: What the Transition Means for You!
Salesforce contractually obliges the use of Multi-Factor-Authentication for logins as of February 1st, 2022. Start planning and technical implementation now and protect your users from unauthorized account access!
Need support? Our experts will be happy to advise you on the right method and support you with the technical changeover. We offer you three MFA packages, tailored to your company and your needs. You can read everything you need to know now in our white paper .
Our packages for a smooth transition to data security: Salesforce MFA packages
We advise and give initial implementation impulses – you implement. Including initial setup, test phase and preparation for the rollout.
From the requirements analysis and advice on the perfect method to set up, test phase and rollout. The fast all-round package.
The package for complex Salesforce instances: Different solution approaches for different users/use cases and clouds. Including rollout, training and documentation.
Whitepaper: Everything you need to know about MFA
You can find more information about our packages and everything you need to know about the changeover in our white paper.
What exactly is multi-factor authentication, why is Salesforce changing the variant and what does that mean for the future? We answer all these questions in our white paper. We also provide you with helpful tips and links.Download white paper
What do you want to know?
Multi-factor authentication is one of the most effective and secure ways to protect your user accounts from unauthorized access. The previously optional option of securing an account will become mandatory from February 1st, 2022.
Due to increasing cybercrime, Salesforce relies on the MFA method, because logging in with a username and password may no longer be sufficient today. The MFA method uses two or more stages to verify you. This can be done via app, token or via third-party MFA (such as the Microsoft Authenticator).
“Customers who don’t enable MFA by February 1, 2022 will be out of compliance with their contractual obligations. We recommend speaking with your legal team to understand the implications of not enabling MFA by the requirement date.
We appreciate that MFA may be a large change for some customers. Our goal with the MFA requirement is to help protect your business, and we’re here to help you find a path forward to avoid security and compliance implications for your company. If you’re concerned about satisfying the requirement, reach out to your Salesforce representative. We’ll work with you to find a solution.”
That means if you haven’t thought about making the switch by February 1st, 2022, it’s time to act fast. Talk to your legal counsel beforehand to be prepared for possible risks. We offer you quick help with our three packages – talk to us!
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