End users are required to authenticate before taking actions from email notifications

With the rising threats Check Point detects in the wild, applications now need additional measures to ensure unwanted actions aren’t taken on behalf of your end users.

As part of this trend, end users will be required to authenticate when they click on links that trigger actions on their behalf (e.g., restoring an email from quarantine).

They will be required to enter their email address and type in a one time passcode that will be sent to their mailbox.

This process will need to be done only once every 30 days.

In the near future, administrators will be able to extend or shorten the duration for which a single authentication will be valid for.