Two-Step Verification

Updated 3 months ago ​by Peter Grant

Two-step verification is one way to increase your InEvent account. It uses two different forms of identity: your password and a method to contact (also known as security information). Even if someone else finds out your password, they will not be able to do anything if they do not have access to your security information. Thus, it is important to consider the use of two-step verification as a form of security.

You may set up two-step verification using an email and a phone number. Whenever a new login is made on the platform, we will send a security code to type into the login page.

The traditional authentication process on the InEvent platform will ensure greater security for your event’s administrators, since the simple authentication process (username and password only) ensures minimal security since there are passwords that can be easily discovered.

Checking E-mail and Telephone Registration

First, make sure your email and phone information is filled in correctly. To do this, click on your Profile in the upper right corner and click on My Account

On the screen with the data, click on Edit and check your email and register your phone number (if you have not yet completed). The phone must follow the model +(Country Code) (Telephone Number), eg: +13108694613 with a phone from the United States

After updating, click Done to save the data.

Enabling Two-Step Verification

To enable the dual authentication process, after the data is updated, do the following:

Click your name , on the upper right side, and then click Security Settings .

Select the email or phone option to receive the 06-digit code to enable

Check your email or phone for the code you sent

Below: email authorization code

Enter the six-digit code in the field indicated and click on "Activate two factors" just below

From now on, your account now has heightened security by enabling two-step verification on the platform.

whenever there is a new access in your account, you will have to go through the process of double validation, using your email or phone to validate the login.