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Snowflake is bringing in some big MFA changes following recent security incidents

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Snowflake is upgrading its security posture, giving admins the option to make multi-factor authentication (MFA) mandatory, as well as adding more security customization options and introducing a new platform for monitoring, and enforcing, MFA policies.

Admins will be allowed to decide whether to push MFA on all users, those using Single Sign-On (SSO), or just specific, individual accounts. Furthermore, users that log into their Snowflake accounts will be prompted to activate the new feature. If they decline, they will get another prompt in three days. 



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