2-Factor/Multi-Factor Authentication & Eloqua/Responsys
We are being approached by a number of Eloqua clients asking how to turn on MFA/2FA for Eloqua. For many Eloqua clients using Salesforce CRM, they've been bombarded over the past 6+ months with a push to enable MFA on their Salesforce instance. It's a simple enough process, it's free and it works quite easily.
The logical next step for these organisations is to do the same with Eloqua. However, as far as I'm aware that's not an option today. The client expectation, largely driven by Salesforce, is that it will be free and core to the product.
In the current world of IT Security etc etc, does Oracle have plans to enable a MFA/2FA for Eloqua, Responsys etc etc?
in our organisation we have 2FA with our standard logins. if you use SSO setup this could be a good step in the right direction. it also stops unauthorised use of API requests through postman etc.
Derek, thanks for opening up this important topic.
@JodyMooney-Oracle Is MFA in the core Eloqua app on the horizon?@JodyMooney-Oracle
Hi Jacob, you're right re SSO. Some of our Eloqua clients have SSO, but a good number don't. Hence the requests we're getting from those Eloqua customers. I would imagine creating MFA/2FA for Eloqua would be some Oracle could do with their eyes closed, we're just getting zero response from Oracle on the request. @JodyMooney-Oracle