OneLogin Security Questions is a form of multi-factor authentication that users can utilize to verify their identity.
Security Questions are a series of questions that only you should be able to answer. The best practice is to use answers that are not related to personal information. For instance, if the question is “What is your father’s first name?”, make up a name instead of using his real name. This makes it more difficult for an unauthorized person to know or find the answer.
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TOPICS IN THIS ARTICLE
- Set Up OneLogin Security Questions
- Verifying Security Questions Authentication
- Use a Backup Authentication
SET UP ONELOGIN SECURITY QUESTIONS
- Follow the steps to add a Security Factor.
- Select OneLogin Security Questions.
- Select 3 different questions and provide an answer for each. Click Continue to save.
VERIFYING SECURITY QUESTIONS AUTHENTICATION
Every time you access OneLogin, it will prompt you to complete your OneLogin Security Questions authentication factor as a second log-in step. Provide answers to two of your security questions each time.
USE A BACKUP AUTHENTICATION
- At the authentication screen, select Change Authentication Factor.
- Choose your backup authentication.