The May 2019 release contains the following features and enhancements:
- The User Event Monitor reports detailed information about users’ identity confidence scores. This information includes the user’s overall identity confidence score and tenant level confidence threshold, as well as the user's separate scores for device confidence, behavior confidence, and location confidence. Help Desk administrators can make use of this information when they assist users who are challenged for additional authentication factors or are unable to access protected resources.
- To increase usability, RSA SecurID Authenticate 3.0 for iOS and Android allows users to receive device registration or deletion confirmation emails in the language of the users’ registered devices.
- To reduce administrative effort and increase usability, if a user’s email address changes in the identity source, RSA SecurID Authenticate 3.0 for iOS and Android will continue to work seamlessly for the users. iOS and Android users no longer need to re-register their devices.
Urgent: 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 and services will be disrupted. For details, see Notice of Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes.
For additional documentation, downloads, and more, visit the RSA SecurID Access page on RSA Link.
RSA has a defined End of Primary Support policy associated with all major versions. Please refer to the Product Version Life Cycle for additional details.