The use of single sign-on and multifactor authentication for accessing the Comodo Certificate Manager is available to any subscriber that also operates a compliant Identity Provider in the InCommon Federation. See the Identity Provider setup requirements on this wiki page.
Also, in order to use this new service, your IdP must support the REFEDS MFA Profile.
The InCommon Certificate Service offers single sign-on convenience, and the security of multifactor authentication (MFA), for logging in to the Comodo Certificate Manager (CCM) by those who administer their organization's certificates.
The benefits of using SSO and MFA include:
The InCommon Certificate service is used by organizations as the basis of internal and external trust. Protecting it with MFA reduces the likelihood of stolen credentials.
MFA protected SSO increases security by leveraging protected campus credentials that RAOs already use in their local context to access higher security services.