IBM Security Verify Access provides user-friendly access management and multifactor authentication to help organizations maintain security as they adopt new technologies. It can be used as an Identity Provider by the IBM Application Gateway (IAG) using OAuth Introspection (as depicted below).
Before attempting to configure Security Verify Access as an identity provider for IAG:
- You need an IBM Security Verify Access or IBM Security Access Manager 18.104.22.168+ appliance with the Advanced Access Control offering activated.
- You need to create an API Protection definition. More information on how to create an API Protection definition can be found in the IBM Security Verify Access documentation: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSPREK_10.0.0/com.ibm.isva.doc/config/concept/OAuthConfiguring.htm#oauthconfiguring. When creating the Client for the API Protection definition you need to take special note of the created client ID and secret.
The IBM Security Verify Access configuration is contained within the
identity/oauth node of the IAG configuration YAML:
- A description of the configuration options is available from the oauth page within the YAML reference. A minimal configuration requires the following configuration data:
- Introspection Endpoint
- Client Identity
- Client Secret
- IBM Security Verify Access CA certificate
- An example configuration file is also available in the IBM Security Verify Access: OAuth example page.
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