The Cloud Authentication Service can prompt users for authentication through RADIUS clients, a browser to access web applications, or the RSA SecurID Authenticate app. Your users must meet the following requirements in order to authenticate.
RSA updates the RSA SecurID Authenticate app on a regular basis. RSA recommends that users always update to the latest version of the app. However, if users are unable to, the following table lists the supported minimum requirements for the Authenticate device.
The FIDO authenticator can be used for primary authentication or for additional authentication. The system requirements vary based on the authentication type. Authenticators used for primary authentication also work for additional authentication.
FIDO2-certified security key, for example, a USB, BLE, or NFC security key.
The security key must support multifactor authentication, such as a PIN or biometric. Before using the security key to authenticate, the user must set up user verification on the key using security key management software.