Modern Identity

Enable the right individuals to access the right resources at the right times and for the right reasons

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Overview

In an age where highly collaborative mobile work environments are paramount to business success, so too is ensuring access to those environments is secure. Our team is uniquely experienced in both development and infrastructure identity, providing you with just that - the ideal security world.

We keep your organization moving safely and efficiently, using leading best-practice identity solutions including Multi-Factor Authentication, Single Sign-On, Azure Active Directory, Unified Identity/Security, and more. Modern Identity is the gatekeeper to controlling access to your enterprise – we keep it secure.

  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) angle-down

    ADFS is a standards-based service that allows the secure sharing of identity information between trusted business partners (known as a federation) across an extranet.

    AD FS is a standards-based service that allows the secure sharing of identity information between trusted business partners (known as a federation) across an extranet. When a user needs to access a Web application from one of its federation partners, the user's own organization is responsible for authenticating the user and providing identity information in the form of "claims" to the partner that hosts the Web application. The hosting partner uses its trust policy to map the incoming claims to claims that are understood by its Web application, which uses the claims to make authorization decisions.
  • Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) angle-down

    Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is Microsoft's two-step verification solution. Azure MFA helps safeguard access to data and applications while meeting user demand for a simple sign-in process.

    Azure Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is Microsoft's two-step verification solution. Azure MFA helps safeguard access to data and applications while meeting user demand for a simple sign-in process. It delivers strong authentication via a range of verification methods, including phone call, text message, or mobile app verification.
  • Claims-based Authentication angle-down

    Claims-based authentication provides an industry standard security protocol to authenticate a user on a host computer.

    Claims-based authentication provides an industry standard security protocol to authenticate a user on a host computer. Claims-based authentication is a set of WS-* standards describing the use of a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) token in either passive mode (when WS-Federation is used with the Microsoft Dynamics 365 (online & on-premises) web application) or active mode (where WS-Trust in used with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) clients). This authentication works together with WCF to provide secure user authentication and a communication channel with a Microsoft Dynamics 365 server. 
  • Federated Identity angle-down

    Many companies want to share resources with their partners, but how can they do this when each business is a separate security realm with independent directory services, security, and authentication?

    Many companies want to share resources with their partners, but how can they do this when each business is a separate security realm with independent directory services, security, and authentication? One answer is federated identity. Federated identity helps overcome some of the problems that arise when two or more separate security realms use a single application. It allows employees to use their local corporate credentials to log on to external networks that have trust relationships with their company.
  • Microsoft Identity Manager angle-down

    Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 binds Microsoft's identity and access management solutions together.

    Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 binds Microsoft's identity and access management solutions together. Seamlessly bridging multiple on-premises authentication stores like Active Directory, LDAP, Oracle, and other applications with Azure Active Directory. This provides consistent experiences to on-premises LOB applications and SaaS solutions.
  • Single Sign-on angle-down

    Enterprise Single Sign-On provides services to store and transmit encrypted user credentials across local and network boundaries, including domain boundaries.

    Enterprise Single Sign-On provides services to store and transmit encrypted user credentials across local and network boundaries, including domain boundaries. SSO stores the credentials in the Credential database. Because SSO provides a generic single sign-on solution, middleware applications and custom adapters can take advantage of SSO to securely store and transmit user credentials across the environment. End users do not have to remember different credentials for different applications.
  • Azure Active Directory angle-down

    Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a comprehensive identity and access management cloud solution that gives you a robust set of capabilities to manage users and groups.

    Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is a comprehensive identity and access management cloud solution that gives you a robust set of capabilities to manage users and groups. It helps secure access to on-premises and cloud applications, including Microsoft web services like Office 365, and many non-Microsoft software as a service (SaaS) applications.

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