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Step 2 - Setup
Multi-Factor authentication (a.k.a. MFA) is a security method to help better protect email accounts and Office 365 access by adding a layer of protection to the sign-in process. In addition to entering a password, this added security requires users to approve their sign-ins using a mobile device or telephone. This way if a user account password is somehow exposed, the account can stay protected by the second factor that is required to gain access.
==Step 2 - Setup==
MCLA IT will notify you when MFA will be turned on for your account. After its been turned on, [ follow these steps in this link] to setup your account to work with MFA.
*[ Set up your Microsoft 365 sign-in for multi-factor authentication]
*'''Important Note''': The most convenient method is to approve sign-ins using notifications served through the Microsoft authenticator app. We recommend that you set this option to your default method. Here is a video that our Help Desk has put together that will walk you through the setup process from start to finish:
==Step 3 - Use and Manage==

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