Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security feature that requires a user to validate their identity using something you know (e.g., user name and password) and something you have (e.g., your phone/fob) to access a District computer system or resource. Staff members will be assigned to one of the following levels based on their job function:
Level III (High)
MFA at the device level (login into the computer), MPS portal, and any services not available through the portal that can implement MFA through DUO.
Level II (Medium)
MPS portal and other online services not available through the portal that can implement MFA through DUO.
Level I (Minimum)
MPS portal only. Staff will only be required to MFA into the MPS portal. The portal allows access to the most widely used web-based services of staff.
Level 0 (No MFA)
Users are not required to utilize MFA to access to any systems. Level 0 users do not have email access outside the MPS domain.