Integrating RSA Authentication Manager with the Cloud Authentication Service

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development on Oct 31, 2017Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development on Jan 18, 2019
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Integrating RSA Authentication Manager with the Cloud Authentication Service offers opportunities to expand the resources you protect and the authentication methods you make available to users. Choose a path to achieve your organization's goals.

                       
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Enable RSA SecurID Token Users to Access Resources Protected by the Cloud Authentication Service [HTML] [PDF]

Users with RSA SecurID tokens can access SaaS and on-premises web applications and RADIUS clients protected by the Cloud Authentication Service.

The identity router for the Cloud Authentication Service acts as an authentication agent to Authentication Manager.

Enable RSA SecurID Authenticate App Users to Access Resources Protected by RSA Authentication Manager [HTML] [PDF]

 

Users can access traditional on-premises resources protected by RSA Authentication Manager, such as VPNs and wireless access points, by authenticating with tokencodes generated by the RSA SecurID Authenticate app. You need to connect Authentication Manager to the Cloud Authentication Service so Authentication Manager can forward the tokencodes to the Cloud Authentication Service for validation.

Configure RADIUS for the Cloud Authentication Service. See:

 

If you have an RSA Authentication Manager RADIUS deployment, expand the authentication methods available to users by moving to RADIUS for the Cloud Authentication Service.

This path involves configuring a RADIUS client in the Cloud Authentication Service to protect the resources that are currently protected by RADIUS in Authentication Manager.

 

 

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