After a successful automatic enrolment process for appointed staff and faculty, Information Security, part of Information Technology Services is now prioritizing getting non-appointed staff and faculty enrolled in U of T’s multi-factor authentication service, UTORMFA.
All non-appointed staff and faculty are now encouraged to self-enrol in UTORMFA to ensure further protection to your login. Those who have not self-enroled will be automatically enroled in January 2023.
UTORMFA was introduced as part of U of T’s continuing efforts to provide a secure environment for the tri-campus community’s personal and institutional data. More than 93 per cent of appointed faculty and 95 per cent of appointed staff have enroled in UTORMFA so far.
Visit the UTORMFA live enrolment counter for updated enrolment statistics.
UTORMFA adds an extra layer of security to your login, enabling you to work remotely with confidence. UTORMFA verifies your identity using a second factor (like a mobile device) ensuring that only you can login.
How can I enrol in UTORMFA?
You can self-enrol in UTORMFA by visiting the UTORMFA enrolment and device management portal. Enrolment is quick, easy and it only takes a few minutes.
Note: You will need a smart phone to enrol.
If you face difficulties using UTORMFA, please contact your campus help desk for further assistance:
- St. George campus Information Commons help desk: firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-978-HELP
- Mississauga help desk: email@example.com, 905-828-5344
- Scarborough help desk: firstname.lastname@example.org, 416-287-HELP
Learn more about UTORMFA: https://isea.utoronto.ca/services/utormfa/.