MyEnroll User Authentication Interactive Logon Process

Posted by BAS - 28 February, 2019


BAS maintains processes to authenticate MyEnroll users.

All users of MyEnroll360  are subject to a logon process to authenticate their logon access and control their application access. The following applies to any user accessing MyEnroll360.

The MyEnroll360  interactive logon process confirms a user's identification to enter and use MyEnroll360 applications. Regardless of a user’s MyEnroll360 roles and responsibilities, all users are required to enter their login credentials that include a User Name and Password.

MyEnroll360 will lock a user’s account and prevent further logins when the user attempts to login 5 consecutive times with a known User Name and incorrect Password. Users must wait 15-minutes for their accounts to unlock.

Upon a user entering his/her MyEnroll360 login credentials, the system verifies their access by evaluating several properties associated with their login credentials e.g., account not locked, account active, etc. Upon a successfully verification, the user is presented with a privacy statement. If the user accepts the privacy statement, then he/she is permitted into the system and is provided a session. The session is a system-monitored process that includes tracking key properties associated with the user’s login, roles, access rights, data access, page access and other vital properties. 

All users’ sessions are subject to an inactivity timer that tracks the length of time each user is logged in to the system (i.e., user has an active session but has been inactive e.g., no mouse movements or keyboard entries). The system is setup with a Maximum Period of Inactivity for each user type (e.g., administrator, employee). If a user’s inactive period equals the user’s user type Maximum Period of Inactivity the system will terminate the user’s session.

Topics: MyEnroll360 Security

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