Do the Two-Step: Enable MFA with Duo Today

About MFA @ UCSB

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) makes it much harder for hackers to access your UC Santa Barbara information and accounts. Even if someone has stolen your passphrase, they will need a "second factor" - in most cases a temporary numeric code, to access your account. UCSB has partnered with Duo Security, a system that makes it easy for you to enable MFA. 

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UCSB joins our sister campuses in taking meaningful action to help student employees, faculty, and staff safeguard themselves against cybercrime. By the end of 2020, MFA will become mandatory for key UCSB services and applications, including UCPath. 

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How to 2-Step: Enable MFA via Push Notification

To enroll in multi-factor authentication using Duo, follow the steps below.  

Support for MFA

To understand how integrating MFA with Duo will impact your department's specific software and technologies, please contact your department's IT team. 

For all other situations and general account questions, contact the UCSB IT Services support team at (805) 893-5000 (x5000) or submit a ticket at ithelp.ucsb.edu under the End User Services tab, then Access and Accounts. 

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