IBM Security Verify enables users to launch any application (whether Cloud or OnPremise) with zero effort. Starting from a single launchpad, all applications are provided to users the moment they log in. When users change roles, entitlements are dynamically adjusted to add and remove access automatically. When users need access to applications, they can easily request access from their application catalog. Through advanced intelligence provided by Verify's Adaptive Access capabilities, users are not bombarded with multi-factor challenges that impact their daily work.
With IBM Security Verify, our goal is for users to interact with us without ever knowing we're here.
Always on and always ready single-sign-on solution to ensure your employees can access all the apps they have permission to. If employees are logged into certain apps defined by their entitlement, they are automatically signed into other apps they access to increase productivity and provide more seamless experiences across mobile and web.
Leverage the IBM Security Verify directory or connect to your own, wherever it may be through SAML, LDAP, and other widely used protocols. If directories are on-prem, connect to on-prem directories and keep passwords in your directory to reduce the number of times passwords are passed between federated systems.
Get real time reporting on employee activity across all application environments. This includes location, MFA type, IP address, and more of which all can be sent to your preferred SIEM solution for additional threat mitigation.
Protect critical applications with advanced MFA using FIDO, QRCode, Mobile Push, and more. Embed these MFA types within your branded app so employees only need to download one app that provides them the ability to securely log into applications with secure authentication methods.
Balance security with user experience by enabling adaptive based authentication. Determine the need for authentication by contextualizing the user based on location, device, type cadence, and other context based data.
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