Security Settings
    • 02 Nov 2023
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    Security Settings

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    Article Summary

    When you open the Security Settings drop-down, you will see that there are three types of security settings you can define.


    • MFA Settings—A virtual multi-factor authentication (MFA) device is a security control with which a user is granted access only after successfully providing evidence to an authentication device. A virtual MFA device uses a software application to generate an authentication code. You can create one virtual MFA device per Wasabi account or user.
    • Multi-User Authentication—With the multi-user authentication feature, security contacts are responsible for ensuring the security of an organization's information systems and data. A Root user can add up to three security contacts who will be required to sign off on account activities that you specify.
    • Advanced Security Options—You can apply advanced security to your account to prevent multiple concurrent active sessions for one user identification in the Wasabi Management Console.

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