7310.3: Cyber Security Protection Measures: Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

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:

MFA Levels
Level III (High)

MFA at the device level (login into the computer), Ƶ portal, and any services not available through the portal that can implement MFA through DUO.

Level II (Medium)
Ƶ portal and other online services not available through the portal that can implement MFA through DUO.

Level I (Minimum)
Ƶ portal only. Staff will only be required to MFA into the Ƶ 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 Ƶ domain.

Date of Adoption
February 6, 2023