After nearly 11 years of providing U-M community members with a secure login method, MTokens will be replaced this summer with new, more flexible options from Ann Arbor-based Duo Security. The new solution through Duo supports the U-M IT security strategy to enhance the protection of our institutional and personal data against ever-increasing and sophisticated threats and attacks.
On July 20, those who currently log in to MToken-protected systems through Wolverine Access will stop using their MToken—whether hardtoken or softtoken—and begin using Duo two-factor authentication instead. Some departmental systems that require MTokens may also switch on July 20. (See the full timeline, including UMHS, accompanying this article.)
Read full article, published in the Michigan IT Newsletter.
Also, see the University Record article, "Modern options to replace MTokens beginning this summer," published on June 8, 2016,