Use case 1 (general):
To improve security, an admin can force users to set up 2FA the next time they log in, and block them from accessing Front until it has been completed.
The admin would need to set up their own 2FA first as a prerequisite.
Use case 2: (enterprise)
I'd like to bring your attention to a pressing security concern and propose a solution that, with your support, could significantly enhance our online security within Front.
We are all aware of the importance of Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) as a critical layer of security in our digital interactions. It reduces the risk of unauthorized access and ensures the safety of our data. While Front already allows individual users to enable MFA, I believe it's time we consider making this a standard security measure for all users at the enterprise level.
The proposed feature is a system that enables administrators to enforce MFA across all user accounts within their organization. This way, all members of the organization will be in compliance with the company's security policies and data protection will be improved.
Implementing this feature would provide several benefits:
1. It will standardize the use of MFA across all accounts, thereby elevating our collective security posture.
2. It will allow administrators to effectively monitor compliance with MFA policies.
3. It will enable proactive mitigation of potential security risks.
I understand that implementing such a feature would require time and resources from Front's team, but I firmly believe the enhancement in security is well worth the investment.
If you agree that this is an important step towards bolstering our security on Front, I kindly ask for your support. By voting for this proposal, you help draw attention to this critical issue and increase the chances of this feature being implemented.