Want to make sure you're satisfying the Salesforce multi-factor authentication (MFA) requirement that went into effect on February 1, 2022? Use this page to see if you're good to go. If you're not quite there yet, we provide next steps so you can be ready by the deadline. The full contractual requirement is defined in the Salesforce Trust and Compliance Documentation.
What Should I Do With This Information?
Know if you satisfy the MFA requirement or if you have work to do
If the answers you get here indicate that your implementation meets the MFA requirement, your users won't be affected when Salesforce begins automatically enabling and enforcing MFA.
If you have an IT or cybersecurity team, get their guidance.
And you can always take questions to the MFA - Getting Started Trailblazer Community group, where Salesforce security experts are ready to help.
When you determine that you've satisfied the MFA requirement, you don't need to certify compliance to Salesforce
Salesforce doesn't require customers to certify compliance with their contractual obligations. In keeping with this practice, Salesforce isn't requiring customers to get formal certification or otherwise attest that they satisfy the contractual MFA requirement.
What happens if you can't meet the requirement deadline?
Now that the MFA requirement is in effect, here's what to expect.