Two-factor authentication (2FA) is security feature that requires you, the user, to provide two means of identification in order to access your project. For Twilio projects, this would include your standard login credentials (email address and password), as well as a randomized verification code sent to your phone (via a call, SMS message, or a TOTP authentication app like Authy). This guide explains how to setup Twilio 2FA in Authy.
Notice: Aside from Authy, Twilio 2FA is supported on any authentication apps that comply with the TOTP standard. For help setting up Twilio 2FA in a different application, see Setup Twilio two-factor authentication (2FA) in a TOTP Authenticator app.
Setup 2FA in Authy
For a complete walkthrough, including step-by-step instructions, see our guide on the Authy site: How to enable 2FA for Twilio.