MODERN ACCESS MANAGEMENT
FOR THE DIGITAL ENTERPRISE
PingAccess provides the comfort of knowing that only the right users can access sensitive resources. A comprehensive policy engine ensures that those requesting access have the appropriate permissions, user context and device posture to access applications, down to the URL level. For APIs, policies can be applied to disallow certain HTTP transactions to users in untrusted contexts, such as administrators using DELETE outside the corporate network.
By applying policies in context, PingAccess can verify user identity across specific resources, evaluating a diverse range of methods and circumstances in which the user is requesting access. ABAC, RBAC, authentication levels, IP address, web session attributes and OAuth attributes and scopes can be used to approve or deny access to sensitive resources.
Ensure consistent enforcement of security policies by centralizing access control across diverse enterprise application portfolios in hybrid IT environments. From a single console, policies for web applications, APIs and single page applications hosted in any domain can be written, managed and updated.
PingAccess abstracts sessions from applications and APIs, removing the risk of errors and inconsistent session security parameters. It also reduces the risk of man-in-the-middle attacks like session hijacking with encrypted session tokens scoped for specific applications.
PingAccess continuously validates authentication tokens with PingFederate in predetermined time intervals. If there’s a change in user context—or if a single logout process terminates a user’s authentication session—all application sessions will immediately be terminated.
Discover True API Security
PingAccess provides foundational API security by controlling access to your enterprise’s internal and public-facing APIs. You can deploy at the perimeter of a protected network between mobile, browser or server-based client applications and protected APIs to ensure only users with the right attributes can gain access. PingAccess also supports more granular API access control, limiting users to transactions permitted by the authorization scopes contained in their access tokens.