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Skeddly - SecurID Access Implementation Guide

Skeddly - SecurID Access Implementation Guide

Certified: June 15, 2021

 

Solution Summary

Use Case

When integrated, Skeddly end users must authenticate with SecurID Access to sign in. Skeddly can integrate using SSO Agent or Relying Party.

 

Integration Types

SSO Agent integrations use SAML 2.0 technologies to direct users’ web browsers to Cloud Authentication Service for authentication. SSO Agents also provide Single Sign-On to other applications using the SecurID Access Application Portal.

Relying party integrations use SAML 2.0 to direct users’ web browsers to Cloud Authentication Service for authentication.

 

Supported Features

This section shows all of the supported features by integration type and by SecurID Access component. Use this information to determine which integration type and which SecurID Access component your deployment will use. The next section in this guide contains the steps to integrate SecurID Access with Skeddly for each integration type.

 

Skeddly Integration with SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service

Authentication Methods Authentication API

RADIUS

Relying Party

SSO Agent SAML

SSO Agent HFED

SecurID - - -
LDAP Password - - -
Authenticate Approve - - -
Authenticate Tokencode - - -
Device Biometrics - - -
SMS Tokencode - - -
Voice Tokencode - - -
FIDO Token n/a n/a - - -
Identity Assurance - - - -  

 

Skeddly Integration with SecurID Authentication Manager

Authentication Methods Authentication API RADIUS Authentication Agent
SecurID - - -
On-Demand Authentication - - -
Risk-Based Authentication n/a - -

 

Supported
- Not supported
n/t Not yet tested or documented, but may be possible.
n/a Not applicable

Configuration Summary

Skeddly automates your Amazon Web Services resources. Schedule AWS EC2 backups and simplify your snapshots. Skeddly delivers a single sign on experience to the user through SAML.

 

The following links provide instructions on how to integrate Skeddly with SecurID Access.

This document is not intended to suggest optimum installations or configurations. It assumes that the reader has both working knowledge of all products involved, and the ability to perform the tasks outlined in this section. Administrators should have access to the product documentation for all products in order to install the required components. All SecurID Access and Skeddly components must be installed and working prior to the integration.

 

Integration Configuration

 

Certification Details

Date of testing: June 15, 2021

SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service

Skeddly

 

Known Issues

No known issues.

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