MFA-Duo - What is a token/fob?
A MFA token/fob is a small hardware device that a user possesses to authorize access to a service. It generates a unique six-digit number (also called a passcode) that validates the user and allows them to access UW-Madison digital assets.
If you need a MFA token/fob, please contact your human resources or IT department, or visit the DoIT Help Desk.
Who pays for MFA tokens/fobs?
How do I register my MFA token/fob?
How do I use my MFA token/fob?
See accessibility & usability information
We work with our users to address access and usability barriers in the MFA user experience. Learn details about known access barriers and workarounds at MFA-Duo - Accessibility & Usability Information. If you encounter a barrier or need assistance, please contact the DoIT Help Desk or call (608) 264-4357.
How to get access to a Security Key or Duo Token/Fob
Students, to obtain a token/fob, please contact the DoIT Help Desk (608) 264-4357 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Students with disabilities can also request a token or security key at the McBurney Disability Resource Center, 702 W. Johnson St., Suite #2104, Madison WI 53715 on the 2nd floor.
Faculty, Staff, and Researchers
Employees can get access to devices for MFA at their Human Resources Office or IT department. For questions contact the DoIT Help Desk at (608) 264-4357 or email email@example.com.