Get an extra layer of online protection with two-factor authentication!


As you make new benefits choices during open enrollment, you’re making sure you and your family have the right medical,  financial, and other care benefits to ensure your health and well-being.  To help protect your personal information at U-M and your online identity overall, you can take advantage of a new benefit to U-M employees. When you turn on two-factor (Duo) for Weblogin (the login screen for Wolverine Access, U-M Google, and more), you stop hackers in their tracks and protect your personal information.  

You now have the option to use two-factor when logging in to services via the Weblogin page.  You may already use two-factor (Duo) to access certain U-M systems that require two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication combines a password (something you know) with a second factor, like a passcode or push notification sent to your phone (something you have). U-M uses Duo Security.  

When you turn on two-factor for Weblogin, you add an extra layer of security to your personal information in Wolverine Access -- including your benefits information, W-2s, direct deposit info -- and your U-M Google email. If someone gets their hands on your UMICH (Level-1) password, they could pretend to be you online. But not if you turn on two-factor for Weblogin!

Turn on two-factor for Weblogin.

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