Prevent unauthorized access of your Figma account by practicing good security hygiene. This includes using a strong, unique password that you only use for your Figma account and enabling two-factor authentication (2FA), or using an alternative authentication method, such as single sign-on (SSO) with two-factor authentication enabled.
Unauthorized access or other security issues can happen due to many reasons, such as:
- Sharing or re-using passwords
- Creating weak or guessable passwords
- Leaving your computer unlocked or unmonitored in public
- Having your credentials stolen from a different website if they are the same credentials you use for Figma
To safeguard your account, Figma may proactively reset your password if we suspect there has been unauthorized activity on your account. We do this to prevent additional unauthorized access to your account until you can reset your password.
Best practices to secure your Figma account
If you believe your account has been accessed without your authorization, we strongly recommend following these steps to keep your account safe: