Improved visibility into identity confidence scores, thresholds and categories
To help improve understanding of the identity confidence attribute scoring and behavior we have added new events (25001, 25002) to User Event Monitor Messages for the Cloud Authentication Service that show the authentication event score, thresholds for high or low confidence and the relative scores for device, location and behavior categories. Additional details can be found under “Reporting a User’s Identity Confidence Score,” here - Condition Attributes for Access Policies .
Find out what is coming with monthly product webinars
If you haven’t already done so – check out RSA SecurID Access: All Access Granted to register for monthly product webinars. You can also find recordings of the April and May webinars for demos of features in our May and upcoming June releases.
Important: Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes
To align with Microsoft Azure Resource Manager deployment model changes, the Cloud Authentication Service and Cloud Administration Console IP addresses will be changing in August 2019. Your deployment must be able to connect to both new and old IP addresses in August 2019.
RSA recommends that you start planning with your organization now to make the necessary changes to connect to these new IP addresses. If you do not update your firewall rules with the new IP addresses, your identity routers will not be able to contact the Cloud Authentication Service and services will be disrupted. For details, see Schedule for Planned Changes to Cloud Authentication Service IP Addresses (March 2020)
For further details on all the new and updated capabilities of the May release, please refer to the Release Notes here: RSA SecurID® Access Release Notes: Cloud Authentication Service and RSA SecurID Authenticate App
This enhancement makes RSA SecurID® Access and even more convenient, pervasive and intelligent solution for your authentication needs.