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Keep Your MRIS PIN and Password Under Lock and Key

March 15, 2011  |  by Cassie

Please take a moment to read this important communication. MRIS understands and appreciates that the vast majority of our customers follow the the guidelines established in the MRIS Subscription Agreement which states that all MRIS login credentials must remain under your control and cannot be shared.

As part of our security procedures, MRIS has always monitored the usage of login credentials. In fairness to those that do pay for the service, we will be formally alerting customers that are not in compliance. Beginning today, notifications will be sent to any accounts that have been flagged for password sharing. We do this in an effort to deter further password distribution and to warn of consequences if sharing persists.

Those accounts that continue to share login credentials will face fines, have their access revoked, and may face legal proceedings. We recommend you change your password immediately if you believe that your login credentials have been compromised.

Please take note that personal and administrative assistants must obtain their own MRIS subscription which will give them a separate User ID, PIN and Password for access to MRIS. This will allow them to log in using their own ID so that they may work on your behalf in Matrix using the Team functionality, or to add and update listings in Keystone.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation in this matter. For more information on the enforcement of violations and to ask any questions, please contact the MRIS Support Center at 301-838-7200 or helpdesk@mris.net. For your security, we ask that you do not share personal information on any blog comments that you leave.

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One response to “Keep Your MRIS PIN and Password Under Lock and Key”

  1. Frankly says:

    Please drop the two password system. It is really annoying. If you need to, make our one password longer, but having 2 is not necessary.

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