Soffid IAM offers a complete and integrated solution for controlling access to enterprise applications. It provides you with everything you need to obtain accurate information about who uses your systems, manage the whole user provisioning lifecycle, and bring users an enhanced experience by removing the need to enter credentials every time they access your business applications. It provides a single point of audit and control for assessing data security regulatory compliance.
|Tags||identity management Security Access Tool Enterprise Single Sign-On|
|Operating Systems||Windows UNIX / Linux|
|Implementation||ZK C++ HTML SQL|
|Translations||Spanish English Catalan|
Release Notes: The management console received easy to customize provisioning agents for LDAP and Active Directory. Enterprise Single Sign On now supports Chrome. In the workflow engine, tasks can now be assigned to users, (users having) roles, and (users having) authorizations. In the provisioning engine, agents are now capable of importing every account and role as unmanaged. The self service portal received an add-on for user self-recovery of passwords. For SAML, private keys can be generated outside Soffid and uploaded in a PKCS#12 file. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds a recertification process, Rules and Authoritative Indentity sources, XACML, Replica, and Lopd addons, improved reconcile process performance, ESSO certification to be used on Windows 8.1, and minor features.
Release Notes: This release added a SAML identity provider with OpenID/Oauth bridge functionality and a Web single sign on service. It also improved the user management screen, account and sessions status, and the maximum number of users. Wildcards are no longer needed on search screens. The system monitoring screen and audit log were improved. Bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Shared accounts improvements. Allows enterprises to manage their high privileged accounts. Self service portal improvements. Managed systems accounting audit. Audit log improvements. Support for Oracle as a database backend, as well as MS SQL Server and MySQL. Now a user can have more than one personal account per managed system. Performance improvements to the synchronization server. Many bugfixes.