MI Online: User & Data Security
Multifactor Authentication & Single Sign-On to protect your account.
Multifactor Authentication (MFA)
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is a multi-step account login process that requires users to enter more information than just a password. This technology provides an additional layer of security for online accounts and services that contain certain personal and financial information, as required by law. MFA requires users provide additional verification of their identity, such as via emailed code, to access MI Online accounts and services. By requiring multiple forms of identification, MFA helps prevent unauthorized access to user accounts and makes it much more difficult for unauthorized parties to gain access to sensitive information.
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Single Sign-On (SSO) is a technology that allows users to access applications and services with a single set of login credentials. Instead of having to remember a separate username and password for MI Online, users sign in once (for example, to their company device/network) and gain access to MI Online as well. SSO can be particularly useful for those who login to MI Online frequently as it eliminates the need for multiple steps for multifactor authentication (MFA) as described above. It helps reduce the number of passwords users need to remember, which can improve productivity and reduce the risk of password-related security incidents.
In addition to improving security and productivity, both MFA and SSO help organizations comply with industry regulations and data protection laws. Radian requires either MFA or SSO in order to login to MI Online.
If your company is interested in eliminating the need for MFA and implementing Single Sign-On with Radian, or if you have any trouble accessing your MI Online account, please reach out to your Radian Account Manager or Radian’s Customer Care team at (877) 723-4261 or email@example.com.
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