Two-factor authentication for Public Records
Thomson Reuters is committed to ensuring that your access to Public Records and other sensitive data is safe and secure. That’s why we’re requiring users to implement two-factor authentication.
Two factor authentication is a type of two-step verification that provides a stronger, more robust level of security for users with access to Thomson Reuters public records products.
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Take a few minutes to further safeguard the security of your account.
All authentication options provide the option to trust the device for easy access for 6 months. You can authenticate using:
It is recommended to set up authentication options across at least two devices when securing your account to ensure seamless access even if one device is not available. For example, using a third party authenticator app for two factor authentication on a phone and a tablet. Even better, set up multiple options, including text or voice code to multiple devices.
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Two-factor authentication is an required, enhanced setting for Thomson Reuters public records products that keeps your profile secure by requiring a code in addition to your normal password at sign-in. This acts as an extra layer of security to ensure no one else is able to access your profile. Some products require two-step authentication due to secure content.
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