The security of your personal and professional information is more important than ever. Reports of hacks, data breaches and identity theft are in the news daily. Flightdocs has always kept the security and accessibility of our customer’s data as a top priority, and that continues today.
Introducing Multi-factor Authentication For ATP Flightdocs
We’ve just released Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) to ATP Flightdocs. MFA is an extra layer of security that ties your mobile device to your user account. Upon initial login, a verification code will be sent to your cell phone via text message and this code will be required to complete the login process. Simply put, even if your password is stolen your account will remain secure. This measure is simple to implement, easy to use and will keep your account protected.
How To Enable Multi-factor Authentication
In order to enable Multi-factor Authentication, you can follow these steps:
- As an admin, navigate to Workforce > Users and select the user you want to set up with MFA.
Click “Edit” from the Actions dropdown in the top right, and it will take you to the screen below. Select the “Mobile” option for MFA Mode (You can also use email for MFA, but Mobile tends to be the preferred option.) and enter the Mobile Phone Number for the device you wish to have linked to your account.
- Once MFA has been activated you are all set. You can visit www.flightdocs.com and login as normal.
- After entering your username and password a verification code will be immediately sent to your mobile device via text message.
- Once received, enter the Flightdocs verification code into the login screen and your done.
Flightdocs MFA is simple to implement and easy to use. If at any point, your login credentials are compromised, MFA will notify you that there was an attempt to access your information, allowing you to take immediate action. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-747-4560 or send an email to [email protected]