PingFederate supports multiple cloud IdPs, data stores and password credential validators, so customers can authenticate with major cloud providers. You can also validate, retrieve and send user and device attributes during provisioning, and leverage existing IdPs to centralize credential validation, which improves the user experience.
PingFederate integrates with a broad range of on-premises and cloud-based enterprise applications to support complex, hybrid IT environments. It supports multiple versions of open standard identity protocols, enabling you to support access to any application for a broad range of use cases and diverse user populations. PingFederate simplifies on-premises enterprise application integrations with best-in-class server integration kits (IKs) and software development kits (SDKs). Its SaaS connectors allow you to quickly and easily provision user and device attributes to all of your cloud applications, improving time to value across your enterprise. Plus, the SaaS connectors to PingID and PingID SDK enhance security for the user without disrupting the user experience. PingFederate can integrate with best-in-class hardware security modules (HSMs) to provide a standards-based single sign-on solution with protected token signing and encryption to both on-premises and cloud-based resources.
Compromised credentials represent the most common source of breach in the enterprise today, and many are turning to multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions for greater security. But legacy two-factor authentication solutions can have a negative impact on user productivity, and the associated total cost of ownership can often be prohibitive to implementing MFA everywhere. PingID is a cloud-delivered, adaptive multi-factor authentication solution that resolves these issues with a balance of security and convenience. Our enterprise-proven MFA solution supports all identity types and user populations within your enterprise, and it leverages existing authentication methods with out-of-the-box integrations and identity standards support.
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Whether your enterprise applications are deployed with agents or are expecting unique HTTP headers, X.509 client certificates or legacy WAM tokens, PingAccess provides multiple ways to integrate without code or application architecture changes. It also provides agent SDKs to extend access control policies to any of your applications written in Java or C.
coexist with existing iam
PingAccess supports a range of token providers and site authenticators to provide authorization services to a wide range of applications, APIs and single-page applications across your existing infrastructure.
Token Providers: PingFederate, OAuth AuthZ Server, OpenID Connect
Site Authenticators: Basic AuthN, Mutual TLS, Token Mediation
directory & data governance
Large enterprises often have numerous directories deployed to support a variety of applications and their unique user profile and management requirements. With unmatched scale and performance, schema flexibility and support for structured and unstructured data, PingDirectory can be used as an identity store for all of your applications. It also provides bi-directional synchronization capabilities for use during migration, and to create and manage a unified profile for your workforce, partner and customer identities.
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balance personalization & privacy
It’s common in today’s enterprise for legacy identity stores to coexist with cloud directories. Whether your workforce, partner and customer identities are stored in a homegrown directory solution, Microsoft Active Directory or cloud directories, PingOne has several identity bridges to connect all of your user identities to any application they require.
Identity Bridges: PingFederate, Third-party SAML, OpenID Connect, PingOne Directory, Google (OpenID Connect), AD Connect (SAML, WebSocket Agent, IWA Integration)
MFA: PingID for additional security