#55 – 2FA and Event Mapping w/ Colton Fischer

This week on the podcast, Colton Fischer joins us to talk about 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) and Event Mapping. Colton explains what 2FA is, how to implement it, and how he used Event Mapping to add it to PeopleSoft. We also talk about Servlet Filters and using REST-based API’s with PeopleTools.

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One thought on “#55 – 2FA and Event Mapping w/ Colton Fischer

  1. Hi Colton,
    I was listening to your discussion on data masking filters and putting rule updates from a configuration on a page/record to the web server.
    My understanding is that the Web Profile component does this. Maybe you can examine how the Web Profile component pushes changes to the web server configuration files and use a similar methodology.
    Keep up the good work and thank you for sharing.

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