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Cloud Apps Security with MFA

ADSelfService Plus multi-factor authentication for cloud apps

The proliferation of cloud applications has attracted unwanted attention from hackers, who now focus most of their efforts on data in the cloud. Hackers can easily trick someone with a valid username and password into disclosing their credentials through a phishing attack. The traditional way of authenticating users through usernames and passwords just isn’t cutting it anymore.

Securing cloud logins

ADSelfService Plus, an Active Directory self-service password management and single sign-on (SSO) solution, protects access to cloud applications with multi-factor authentication. By enabling SSO between ADSelfService Plus and SAML 2.0-enabled cloud applications, you can easily secure users’ identities in the cloud. When SSO is enabled, users must always authenticate themselves in ADSelfService Plus—first using their username and password, and then using another factor chosen by you. Only then will end users be able to access cloud applications.

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How it works

  • When SSO is enabled, users must first log in to ADSelfService Plus using their Windows Active Directory domain credentials to prove their identity before they can access cloud applications.
  • Next, users must authenticate themselves using Duo Security, RSA SecurID, a smart card, RADIUS, a SMS/email-based verification code, or Google Authenticator.
  • Once successfully logged in, users can access cloud applications from the Applications tab. All they need to do is click on an application's icon to open it in a new tab. Best of all, the user is automatically logged in to the application.

Even if users try to access an SSO-enabled cloud application by directly entering its URL in a browser, they will be redirected to the ADSelfService Plus login page for authentication.

A comprehensive set of authentication factors

ADSelfService Plus uses the tried and tested Windows Active Directory domain credentials as the first factor of authentication. For the second factor, ADSelfService Plus supports native factors such as SMS/email-based verification codes and third-party authentication providers such as Duo Security, RSA SecurID, RADIUS server, and Google Authenticator.

Policy-based access to cloud apps

ADSelfService Plus single sign-on helps you activate multi-factor authentication for cloud apps based on your on-premises Active Directory’s OU and group structure. You can customize different authentication factors for different users and even control access to cloud apps by configuring OU and group-based policies.

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Highlights

Password self-service

Free Active Directory users from attending lengthy help desk calls by allowing them to self-service their password resets/ account unlock tasks. Hassle-free password change for Active Directory users with ADSelfService Plus ‘Change Password’ console. 

One identity with Single sign-on

Get seamless one-click access to 100+ cloud applications. With enterprise single sign-on, users can access all their cloud applications with their Active Directory credentials. Thanks to ADSelfService Plus! 

Password/Account Expiry Notification

Intimate Active Directory users of their impending password/account expiry by mailing them these password/account expiry notifications.

Password Synchronizer

Synchronize Windows Active Directory user password/account changes across multiple systems, automatically, including Office 365, G Suite, IBM iSeries and more. 

Password Policy Enforcer

Ensure strong user passwords that resist various hacking threats with ADSelfService Plus by enforcing Active Directory users to adhere to compliant passwords via displaying password complexity requirements.

Directory Self-UpdateCorporate Search

Portal that lets Active Directory users update their latest information and a quick search facility to scout for information about peers by using search keys, like contact number, of the personality being searched.

 

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