Set a threshold value for unsuccessful login attempts
You can define the maximum number of unsuccessful login attempts a user is allowed to make, after which the target account gets automatically locked. This is termed as Account Lockout Threshold in Sectona. It guards against unauthorized access. Once a user gets locked, only the global administrator or his equivalent can unlock them.
- Go to Configuration → Multifactor Authentication → Sectona Authentication.
Under the 'Sectona Authentication & Lockout Policy' section, define the Account Lockout Threshold in terms of attempts.
- Click on Save.