Attacks on organizations are in the news every day. How can your organization keep from becoming tomorrow’s headline? This white paper can help.
In this paper, we’ll explore the anatomy of an attack — how attackers gain a foothold and move laterally inside your organization to achieve their goal of stealing valuable information. Then we’ll look inside the belief that preventive measures inevitably fail and how you can prepare for this inevitability. Next we’ll look at how two-factor authentication can help — and why traditional two-factor alone may be insufficient. Finally, we’ll explore a powerful strategy that can supplement two-factor authentication: context-based authentication.
SecureAuth IdP can mitigate most attacks, such as the Heartbleed OpenSSL Attack with its fully tested, hardened appliance and overall secure architecture.
SecureAuth IdP is an enterprise-grade solution built on commercially purchased crypto, web, and application server components. The components are crafted together by SecureAuth to create a “solid-state” authentication/SSO server. The server is then tested against vulnerabilities and pen-tested by internal and external resources.
In addition, full tests of the solution utilizing all known methods of attack, including the SSLTest.py attacks are implemented against SecureAuth IdP for the OpenSSL attacks that were reported in the Heartbleed attack.
Given that SecureAuth does not use OpenSSL cryptography for securing its webserver, it is no surprise that SecureAuth sites are not vulnerable to this attack.
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SecureAuth IdP protects users and all data within the Office 365 environment, utilizing 2-Factor Authentication for internal and remote users, single sign-on from the on-premise directory to Office 365 and other SaaS, web, network, and mobile resources, and Identity Management (IdM) services to log and audit authentication events, instantly revoke any user’s or device’s access, and that enable user self-services like password reset and self-enrollment.
SecureAuth’s patented “Device Fingerprinting” significantly decreases authentication friction by recognizing devices and linking them to specific users. This system eliminates the need for subsequent authentication on any device – desktop or mobile – and is completely configurable by the enterprise.
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This paper will examine the needs of CAC card holders and how the implementation of SecureAuth IdP into the government agencies will uniquely enable users to strongly authenticate and transparently access all web, network, and cloud resources with SSO via their CAC cards.
This paper will look at the scope of the BYOD threat, the inherent problems of the MDM approach and will argue for a better solution, Mobile Access Management (MAM). By focusing on users, not devices, MAM delivers a true BYOD solution to businesses of all sizes.
Learn what an Identity Provider (IdP) is and why so many enterprises are struggling to become one for their enterprise Mobile, VPN, Web, and Cloud resources.
Learn to augment SAML with an SecureAuth Identity Enforcement Platform to make your online activities every bit as secure – if not more so – as your on-premise ones.
Using a Security Token Service (STS) to Enable Application-Based Identity Enforcement
SecureAuth IEP Addressing FFIEC Authentication Requirements
SecureAuth solves the dilemma of how to deploy a bilateral authentication system for cloud and enterprise resources without a costly overhead or complex infrastructure.
SAML stands for “Security Assertion Markup Language,” and is an XML-based standard for communicating identity information between organizations.
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