Did you know that in the most recent OAIC Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) report (1 April - 30 June 2018), health service providers represented the top industry sector by notifications reported for both human errors and cyber security issues? 

Keeping information secure is more important than ever before and is fundamental to running a health practice. We are pleased to introduce Two-factor authentication also known as 2FA on your coreplus login to help you adopt and promote a culture of security in your practice.   

Keeping information secure is more important than ever before and is fundamental to running a health practice. We are pleased to introduce Two-factor authentication also known as 2FA on your coreplus login to help you adopt and promote a culture of security in your practice.  
                        

What is two-factor authentication?

Two-factor authentication is an extra layer of security for your coreplus account designed to ensure that you are the only person who can access your account and helps address the vulnerabilities of a standard password-only approach. 

It verifies your identity as a coreplus user when you log into your coreplus account by requiring you to use your existing username and password, and additionally a unique code that is randomly generated and SMSed to your mobile phone, each time you log in. 

Based on security best practices, 2FA means only the coreplus user with access to that account will be able to log in, making it more difficult for unauthorised people to access your data.
                        

How do I set up two-factor authentication?

When you have 2FA enabled you need to use a second method to login to coreplus. In addition to your standard coreplus username and password, you must also enter a randomly generated five-digit code that is sent to your mobile phone. 

📝 Click here to see how to setup and use two-factor authentication

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