From Matt Devore:
As previously announced, beginning Monday, September 12, 2016, multi-factor authentication will be added to the Human Resources Employee Self Service (ESS) system. BuckeyePass will provide a second layer of security by requiring not only a username and password but also a notification or numerical code that is sent to the user. You may already be using multi-factor authentication to log in to other accounts at your bank, email or social media sites.
For those desiring additional guidance in understanding the concepts of multi-factor authentication or enrolling devices in BuckeyePass, there are two video tutorials available on BuckeyeLearn that cover these issues in detail.
Video 1: BuckeyePass Overview
This 9-minute video provides a general overview of multi-factor authentication and Duo/BuckeyePass. At the end of this video, you will be able to understand what BuckeyePass (Duo) Multi-Factor Authentication is, know why BuckeyePass is necessary to protect our institutional and personal data, and describe the four options available to use Duo.
Video 2: Enrolling Devices in Duo/BuckeyePass
This 4-minute video provides a demonstration of enrolling devices in Duo. At the end of this video, you will be able to: enroll and manage your devices; and understand how to use the four options available in Duo.
If you are not familiar with using BuckeyeLearn, here are the steps to access the videos linked above:
- Click the link for one of the videos above.
- Log in using your OSU username and password.
- Click the Request button.
- Click the Launch button next to the training you just requested.
- Click the triangular “play” button on the video.
Employees who are enrolled in BuckeyePass by September 9, 2016 are automatically entered in a drawing for a free iPad.