What is IBM® Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)? IBM MFA consists of the following elements:
Something that you know, such as a Personal Identification Number (PIN) or a password.
Something that you are, such as a finger print or retinal scan.
Something that you have, such as a hard token (for example, a key fob or soft token), which is software-based).
This IBM Redpaper™ publication helps you install, customize, and configure IBM MFA for z/OS® V1.1.0. It also provides information that is based on our experience in a controlled environment.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. IBM MFA Overview
Chapter 2. MFA installation and basic customization
Chapter 3. Preparing for IBM TouchToken
Chapter 4. Configuring IBM TouchToken
Chapter 5. User account administration and logon
Chapter 6. MFA application selection and PassTicket support
Chapter 7. Operational information and FAQs
Appendix A. Sample AT-TLS policy for use with MFA