We use only best of breed and leading edge technologies in our services engagements with clients.
The scope and objectives of each engagement is based upon unique customer needs, although many product specific engagements include CA API Management, CA Single Sign-On, CA Identity Manager, PingFederate and Radiant Logic RadiantOne Virtual Directory Server. From time to time, customers require unique add on solutions and services which can be delivered as part of the integrated solution.
About Identity and Access Management
IT organizations deploying Web applications inside and outside the enterprise face a unique set of challenges: enabling access to information while protecting from risk. Identity and access management is the process by which companies enforce control of systems at a granular level for both internal and external users, ensuring that users will only have access to the resources to which they are entitled. When combined with Single Sign On (SSO), users are able to easily navigate between resources without having to enter a login and password multiple times, enhancing security and reducing the complexity of maintaining multiple sets of account information. User Management and Provisioning technologies allow organizations to quickly onboard and off board users from secured systems, and to define specific workflows related to user management processes.
About Virtual Directory
Managing Identity and Access Management has become increasingly complex, decentralized and distributed resulting in a variety of user directory silos. IT organizations supporting heterogeneous, federated and cloud computing environments must also support multiple user directories, yet most web access management packages (WAM) expect a single directory for authentication or authorization. Virtual Directory Servers provide a layer of abstraction between the Web service and its data sources; to the application, there appears to be a single directory.
About Privileged Identity Management
Privileged Identity Management refers to governance tools which allow an organization to remain in compliance with industry regulations and prevent data breaches from occurring. Authorization policies may be structured around applications themselves and/or the data which the applications contain.
About Attribute Based Access Control
Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC) enforces enterprise wide access to data based on business policies and regulations. A more flexible alternative to Role Based Access Control, ABAC allows for subject, environment, and resource attribute to factor into authorization decisions. With ABAC, the IAM environment can have fine-grained access control, provide context to access control requests, and make decisions at run-time.
About Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is an access control method in which a user must separately present multiple pieces of evidence in order to validate his or her identity. Evidence can include some physical object that's in the user's possession (such as a token or a key card), some secret that's known to the user (such as a password), or some physical characteristic (such as a fingerprint). Companies are increasingly relying on MFA to secure everything from end user access to systems to administrator access to the interfaces that control those systems.
About API Management
API Management (APIM) refers to the process of publishing, managing and securing access to Application Programming interfaces (APIs). This technology facilitates an organization's ability to monitor a published API and ensure that it is meeting the needs of the developers who work with it and the applications that need to access it. With the pace of today's business, it is critical for APIs to adapt and expand based upon changing requirements and in response to reported metrics on usage patterns and data delivery. This process is collectively known as "the API lifecycle".