When you organize your hiring process with Homerun, you’re working with a lot of confidential candidate and company data — all of which must be handled with care. To further protect your login, you can now enable 2FA as an extra option, adding that extra level of security.
Two-factor authentication, or 2FA, adds an extra step or “factor” when you’re logging in to Homerun. It’s used in combination with the email address and password you use to log into Homerun. To verify that it’s actually you logging in, you’ll use an authenticator app on your desktop, or on your phone like the one from Google or Microsoft. The extra step further secures your login, making it harder for others to log into your account using your credentials. Read more on how to enable 2FA for your account.
Reminder: Set up a secure login with Homerun
Another way to tighten the security of your Homerun account is with the “Login with Google or Microsoft” option so you can benefit from security settings enabled in your Google or Microsoft account. Haven’t set up your secure login yet? Read more on how to enable your Google or Microsoft account login for Homerun.
A note on privacy & security
As your Homerun account houses sensitive information, our Privacy and Security team continuously work to ensure your data is well-protected and saved securely on our servers. While their work might seem invisible within Homerun, they continue to protect your data. If you have any questions about this, reach out to us at email@example.com.