Introducing Two-Factor Authentication
One of the key aspects that drive us at Valven is the care and value we give to the security measures. With this vision in mind, we are constantly working to provide additional security measures for our customers to keep their Valven Atlas accounts.
We are thrilled to announce a robust and simplified Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) feature at Valven Atlas. Putting your safety as a priority we are offering you a (2FA) option and strongly advise you to enable this feature.
What is Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)?
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security beyond your password. It removes the dependency of your Valven Atlas account to not just something you know which is your password but also something you have which is a one-time email authentication code. By enabling 2FA, our users would ensure that even if their password is compromised, their account remains secure by keeping the second step private to themselves.
The Reasons to Enable 2FA
Since our analysis depends on your daily actions retrieved from contributors in the organization, it contains sensitive data so all necessary measures should be taken to prevent anyone from accessing your valuable data.
Safeguard your account with an additional authentication step, reducing the risk of unauthorized access, phishing, and identity theft.
Peace of Mind
Rest easy knowing that your sensitive information is shielded. 2FA adds an extra level of assurance that only you can access your Valven Atlas account.
We’ve designed the 2FA setup to be user-friendly. With just one click, you can enable this feature and enjoy enhanced security without any hassle
How to Enable 2FA in Valven Atlas
Enabling Two-Factor Authentication at your Valven Atlas account is simplified.
- Log in to your Valven Atlas account.
- Navigate to your account menu by clicking on your profile.
- Open Settings in the account menu.
- Select Company Settings
- Enable the Two-Factor Authentication option
Next time you wish to authenticate to Valven Atlas we will send you an email with a 6-digit code that has 15 minutes of expire period. You will be asked to register your one-time code as a second step of the authentication cycle.