WP 2FA comes with a plethora of features that allow you to implement 2FA within the parameters of your existing security policies. This allows for 2FA implementation within a wide range of scenarios and environments. The available policies’ module allows you to ensure cohesion and compliance with a number of security standards and protocols.
WP 2FA policies allow administrators to fine-tune how 2FA is implemented on their WordPress website. You can require all of your website users, specific users, or even users with a particular role to configure and use 2FA. On a WordPress multisite network, you can also require users to configure and use 2FA on a site-by-site basis.
Through 2FA policies, you can also specify which 2FA methods can be used, give users a grace period or even require 2FA to be configured at next log in. You can also restrict users from using specific 2FA methods or allow freedom of choice by making all 2FA methods available – giving users the option to choose whichever method works best for them.
Two-factor authentication is most effective when all of your WordPress website users utilize it. If this is not feasible, you can use policies to make two-factor authentication compulsory for a subset of users. This can include those users who have access to certain privileges, such as the ability to make changes on the website. Such users include those with administrator, editor, and author roles.