RSA Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce Policy Management

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Summary

Are you an RSA Adaptive Authentication eCommerce customer interested in how the Policy Manager works and what the benefits to you are? This is the course for you!

 

Overview

This course provides an overview of RSA’s Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce (AAeC) application. Students will also learn in detail about the policy management application, including its data elements, back office users and features along with specific use cases. Student will also learn how to manage, customize and work with Policy Management to configure their organizational policies in order to maintain secure, fraud-proof eCommerce transactions.

 

Audience

Anyone interested in using RSA Adaptive Authentication eCommerce Policy Manager features.

 

Delivery Type

On-Demand Learning

 

Duration

60 minutes

 

Prerequisite Knowledge/Skills

Students should have a basic knowledge of computer and networking security.

 

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Interpret the EMV 3DS protocol and its workflow and define what EMV 3DS is.
  • Define AAeCom modules and their functionality from a high level.
  • List the AAeCom Policy Manager Back office users and their roles.
  • Distinguish AAeCom data elements (Facts, Lists, Rules, Policies) and how they work together.
  • Interpret policy manager features.
  • Perform the following processes on the policy manager platform:
    • Creating, Editing and Deleting rules.
    • Creating, Editing and Deleting lists of facts.
    • Requesting Rule Status Change and Approve/Decline others’ rule status change requests.

 

Course Outline

Module 1: Product Overview

  • EMV 3DS Protocol
  • Back Office modules
  • Workflows

Module 2: AA eCommerce Data Elements

  • Defining Facts and Custom Facts
  • List types
  • Rule components, conditions, actions and status
  • Policy types

Module 3: Policy Manager Back Office Users and Roles

  • Policy Manager Analyst role
  • Senior Analyst role
  • Case Manager role
  • Power User role

Module 4: Policy Manager Features and Use Cases

  • Manage lists, rules and policies
  • Create an audit trail
  • Compare facts

 

 

 

 

 

 

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