Salesforce is Requiring Customers to Enable MFA


Beginning February 1, 2022, Salesforce will be requiring customers to use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) in order to access all Salesforce products. All internal users who log in to Salesforce products (including partner solutions) through the user interface must use MFA for every login. We encourage you to start planning for this change now, and where possible, begin implementing MFA.

To ensure that MFA is required for all your Salesforce users, you can turn it on directly in your Salesforce products or use your SSO provider’s MFA service. Salesforce products include MFA functionality at no extra cost.

If you have a mix of SSO and non-SSO users, you can use a combination of these options. For example, you can use your SSO provider’s MFA service for most of your Salesforce users, but enable it directly in Salesforce for admins who don’t use SSO.

Note: If your SSO system uses MFA, you don’t need to enable Salesforce’s MFA for users who access your Salesforce products solely through SSO.

What does this mean for my company?

There are multiple solutions to be compliant with Salesforce’s MFA requirements. For more information, check out Salesforce’s Multi-Factor Authentication FAQ


Bullhorn Support has access to your Orgs through a Support User. We will take the necessary steps to ensure compliance with the MFA requirements before the February 1, 2022 deadline. Please note, this only applies to that single user. 


We do advise you to implement MFA for all your business users before the deadline. If you already have MFA enabled before the Bullhorn Support User is updated, Bullhorn support might ask you to Grant Login Access.


Please check out our Requirement to Enable MFA FAQ for more information!

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