We’re kicking off the new year with a way to make your account more secure.
You put a lot of effort into creating and managing your podcasts, so ensuring your content remains secure should be a high priority.
Whooshkaa gives you the ability to create user roles and assign granular permissions, but have you thought about securing user logins?
You can now add an extra layer of security by setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) on Whooshkaa accounts.
You might already be familiar with the multi-factor authentication (also known as 2 Factor authentication) workflow – it’s when you first log in with a username and password and are then prompted to enter a unique, once-off code generated by an app or sent to you via SMS.
This code adds an extra layer of security that protects against a variety of vulnerabilities.
Whooshkaa now allows you to protect your logins using multi-factor authentication.
Setup is quick and easy, navigate to the “My Account” screen in the Whooshkaa Dashboard and follow the steps on the “Multi-Factor Authentication” tab.
In addition to individual users’ settings for MFA, tenancy admins can now enforce MFA-enabled logins for all users of their tenancy.
When this option is enabled, users who do not have MFA enabled on their account will be presented with information on how to configure MFA and will not be allowed to access the tenancy until they do so.
We’ve prepared step-by-step instructions here on the Whooshkaa Support Portal.
Until now, only users with a Tenancy Manager or Administrator roles could invite listeners to private shows.
We have made an update so that Show Administrators can now invite listeners to the shows they manage.
Until Next Month
We can’t wait to show you what else we have in store for 2021.
As always, we’d love to hear your feedback and suggestions, so if you have something to share please drop us a line.