Security Measures for Accessing Judiciary Systems – Enhancement of Two-Factor Authentication Process to Allow for Additional Email Addresses and Cell Phone Numbers

As earlier advised by Notice dated May 13, 2021, two-factor authentication is now in place as an information security requirement for attorneys accessing any Judiciary application. Two-factor authentication requires attorneys to authenticate their account after receiving a security code at the cell phone number or email address provided by the attorney during annual attorney registration.

This is notice o advise that effective immediately, attorneys will be permitted to provide two additional email addresses and two additional cell phone numbers to receive the two-factor verification code.

Attorneys can add the additional email addresses and cell phone numbers by accessing their two-factor profile via the attorney portal. Once an attorney’s two-factor profile has been updated with that additional information, any of the associated email addresses and cell phone numbers may be used to receive the two-factor authentication code.

Questions regarding this notice may be directed to the Superior Court Clerk’s Office at or 609-421-6100.

/s/ Hon. Glenn A. Grant, J.A.D.

Acting Administrative Director of the Courts

Dated: August 11, 2021

Notice – Two-Factor Authentication Expansion to Additional Email Addresses and Cell Phone Numbers – 08-11-21 – w links