RSA Announces the November Release of RSA SecurID Access
The RSA SecurID Access November 2018 release includes the following updates and improvements to the Cloud Authentication Service:
You can deploy the identity router in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), thus reducing or eliminating the on-premises footprint of RSA SecurID Access. You have the flexibility to choose a cloud-only or hybrid-cloud deployment.
New Administration APIs are available to help you integrate RSA SecurID Access Help Desk functions into your existing enterprise service desk tools. The new APIs support the ability to retrieve user and device details, unlock tokencodes, delete user devices, update SMS Tokencode and Voice Tokencode phone numbers, and retrieve authentication audit logs for specific users.
To increase user self-service capabilities and reduce administrative support costs, My Page allows users to delete their current registered devices. When users get new devices (for example, mobile phones) they can first delete their current devices in My Page and then complete registration on the new devices—all without administrative assistance.
You can download and install a custom web client kit that presents a more streamlined interface and reduces the steps required for users who authenticate using clientless SSL VPN through your Cisco ASA RADIUS device.
See the Release Notes for more information about this release. For additional documentation, downloads, and more, visit theRSA SecurID Accesspage on RSA Link.