Enable multi-factor authentication (MFA) to access software features

Alerts and notices

The steps to set up multi-factor authentication (MFA) depend on your product licensing, which determines the kind of account you use to log in to your software. 

Unsure about how your products are licensed? Use the application's sign-in screen to determine which type of credentials to enter. Show me.

In the login screen, the account type is displayed above the username and password fields. To differentiate between CS Web and Onvio Thomson Reuters IDs, use the text below the sign-in button.

Click the appropriate link below for details on enabling multi-factor authentication for your account.

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