Privileged Identity Management Solution Leverages OAUTH2, SAML and LDAP for Secure Authentication
London, UK, September 26, 2016 – Many organizations with on-premises IT environments find that as they move to the cloud, their on-premises management and security solutions stop functioning at the perimeter. At Microsoft Ignite in Atlanta this week, Lieberman Software Corporation will demonstrate how the newest version of its cyber security platform, Enterprise Random Password Manager™ (ERPM), securely manages credentials and access to both cloud and on-premises resources using OAUTH2, SAML and LDAP.
“The general direction for Privileged Identity Management (PIM) and Privileged Access Management (PAM) solutions has been to not only manage systems and identities in the cloud, but to also use the cloud and federation of systems as a way of authenticating and authorizing users,” said Philip Lieberman, President and CEO of Lieberman Software. “At Lieberman Software, we spent the last year revamping our products to manage cloud IAAS and SAAS providers – providing customer freedom to support their cloud of choice – as well as cloud identity providers for controlled access to our privilege management product.”
OAUTH2, SAML and LDAP Support
The latest version of ERPM supports OAUTH2, OpenID and a broad range of SAML federation identity providers. This is in addition to support for legacy on-premises authentication and authorization solutions, such as Active Directory and LDAP.
Broad SAML Support Out of the Box
Lieberman Software collaborated with Microsoft (ADFS), Okta, Ping Identity (PingOne), OneLogin, SecureAuth and other SAML compatible services to assure rapid deployment in federated environments, in less than 10 minutes, via direct configuration.
Learn More About Lieberman Software Secure Authentication Solutions
Lieberman Software will exhibit these integrations at Booth #1404 during Microsoft Ignite. The company will also provide tutorials for attendees on how to migrate to the cloud and identity provider of their choice.
Additionally, Lieberman Software will demonstrate how Microsoft customers can switch to a pure Kerberos environment (no NTLM), without missing a beat and still have full access to ERPM.
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