Define policies for various applications and user groups by means of a central access management, and benefit from adaptive access policies depending on e.g. network and browser fingerprint.
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Policies are assigned to interfaces (SAML, RADIUS, REST Web-Services), applications (e.g. CISCO Meraki, Citrix ShareFile, Dropbox etc.) and user groups within the application or interface type.
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The assignment of policies is hierarchically inherited according to the following schema:
Interface > Application > User groups
Implementation of a Default Authentication Method
Users use this default authentication method. In exceptional cases they can use one of the pre-configured methods by putting a special prefix before their user name.
To clearly identify a used device/browser, a unique Browser Fingerprint is calculated. Users can authenticate themselves with user name/password for a certain time period if the Browser Fingerprint matches.
After a user has successfully logged in via MFA, DCEM returns back a session-cookie. This 32 Byte random key is valid within a pre-set time period during which a user can do a “silent login”.
Users who connect themselves with an application from a network which was exempted via Network Bypass function can also authenticate themselves with user name and password.
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