The Identity Management group develops the processes required for effectively managing user identity, plans identity management services and strategies, and manages university authentication/authorization services.
- Online directories
- InCommon Federation
- NetID management (you can manage your own Duke NetID account here.)
Multi-factor authentication, also referred to as advanced or two-factor authentication, provides an additional layer of security when logging in or performing transactions online.
When logging in, a user is required to enter a password and also authenticate using a second factor, typically a phone or hardware token.
The IT Security Office strongly recommends multi-factor authentication for access to critical systems or systems storing sensitive data per the ITSO Security Standards.
Read more about multi-factor authentication: https://idms-mfa.oit.duke.edu/mfa/help.
Duke's IT Security Offices
Duke University IT Security Office: http://security.duke.edu/
Duke Medicine Information Security Office (ISO): https://intranet.dm.duke.edu/dhts/iso