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Manage your security

As a member of the LBS community, you are required to register your recovery details and set up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). In the event that you forget your password, are locked out of your PC or have your password stolen you will be able to recover your account and keep it secure. Use our new myaccess@LBS page to register your details. 

 

Self Service Password Reset

 

If you have forgotten your password or if you have been locked out of your computer you can get back in to your account through a recovery non-LBS email address anywhere, anytime and from any device. 

Refer to the link for a quick guide on how to register:

 

 

Two-Factor Authentication

 

Two-Factor Authentication is designed to provide an extra layer of security when you use LBS systems whilst away from the LBS Campus. This ensures that you are the only person who can access your LBS Account, even if someone knows your password.

 

With 2FA, your account can only be used with a device exclusive to you, like your mobile phone. When you sign in, you'll need to provide two pieces of information-your password and then approval using your phone. 

 

Registration takes only a few minutes and we strongly recommend you use the Authentication App as your default method. 

 

Refer to the link for a quick guide on how to register:

 

Manage your security settings

 

You may want to update your recovery mobile number, email address or your default Two-Factor Authentication method (e.g. when travelling). You can do so at any time via myaccess.london.edu by following these instructions: 

New Starter

To get started, you are required to register your recovery details and set up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). Refer to the link below on instructions on how to set up both security features:

 

 

Need some help? 

 

Please refer to the FAQs on the right hand side or contact IT Support with any further queries.

 

Two-Factor Authentication FAQs

A list of frequently asked questions is available here