Secure my Site24x7 account using Two Factor Authentication
The Two Factor Authentication is a 2 step verification process before you are authorized to log in to your Site24x7 account. It thus adds an additional layer of security to your Site24x7 login process.
At the organization level,
- Login to your Site24x7 account and then navigate to My Account.
- Click on Enable two-factor authentication.
- This will direct you to directory.zoho.com. Go to Admin Panel > Security. In the Security tab choose your desired Security policy, then select Multi-Factor authentication.
Choose Multi-Factor authentication
Learn More about Two Factor Authentication.
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