Enabling multi-factor authentication for your CS Professional Suite login credentials

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Use the following steps to implement multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your Thomson Reuters ID. Additional details, including a multi-factor authentication overview.

To enable MFA for your NetStaff CS account, see Setting up multi-factor authentication for your NetStaff CS login

You can manage multi-factor authentication for your own login. To get started, complete the following steps:

  1. Verify you are using a supported mobile device.
  2. Install the Thomson Reuters Authenticator app or another third-party authenticator app. You will use this device to approve your login attempts. The QR code is available to scan during step six.
  3. Visit the My Account page on our website and log in with your Thomson Reuters ID.
  4. Click the My Profile link.
  5. Click the Multi-Factor Authentication tab, and then click the Add Multi-Factor Authentication button.
  6. Enter the password associated with your Thomson Reuters ID in the Password field and click the Confirm Password button to launch the setup wizard.
  7. Follow the prompts in the setup wizard to pair your mobile app with your Thomson Reuters ID login credentials.
  8. You've successfully setup MFA! As a final step, we strongly recommend generating emergency codes in the event you lose access to your device. More details about generating your own emergency access codes.

Video: Multi-Factor Authentication for CS Professional Suite (Thomson Reuters IDs)

Notes about the setup process

Notes about your mobile device

Notes about using a third party app

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