Security

A list of topics pertaining to security in Brightspot.

You can enable or disable two-factor authentication for all users. To enable two-factor authentication: Click Menu icon> Admin > Sites & Settings > Sites > Global. Click Search icon, and in the search...
If you lose the device with the authenticator app, you cannot log in to Brightspot. In addition, if the person who has (or stole) your device also knows your username and password, that person can log...
This topic covers the steps to log into Brightspot for the first time using two-factor authentication. To log in for the first time with two-factor authentication: If you don’t have an authenticator (...
This topic covers how to log into Brightspot subsequently with two-factor authentication. To log into Brightspot subsequently with two-factor authentication: Log in to Brightspot with your username an...
If a user configured for two-factor authentication loses the authentication device, there is an immediate security risk: the person who found (or purloined) the device may be able access the user’s Br...
You can enable or disable two-factor authentication at the role level, which overrides any setting you made at the system level. To enable or disable two-factor authentication at the role level: Click...
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