DenyAll Web Access Manager simplifies the deployment of a web Single Sign On service which can be leveraged by all your web-based applications. By simplifying the authentication process for users, be they internal or external, it reinforces the overall security of your IT. A standalone product, it can also be deployed as an extension of DenyAll Web Application Firewall to not only streamline user access but also secure your application traffic.
OVERVIEWEfficient. Universal. Integrated.
BENEFITSDiscover why deploying DenyAll Web Access Manager is the right solution for you
Strong authentication for all
Because all authentication methods are supported, security remains simple for users, even if technically advanced.
Make security easier for users
Because making the daily life of your users easier is the best way to effectively secure access to your IT.
Because we can take care of securing both user access and the data they are accessing, on the same or on multiple devices.
Because you can’t afford to change how your web applications handle authentication, but need the share service value.
Because your admins and developers need to share best practices, release code fast without losing time on repetitive tasks.
NextGen Application Security
Because protecting your IT requires an integrated solution, combining scanning, web application/services security and user access.
FEATURESWith DenyAll Web Acess Manager, streamline the authentication process to all your Web applications, simplify security for your users
Web Single Sign on
Users only have to login once to be granted access to all web applications, be they internal or external.
All perimeter and application authentication methods are supported to simplify the process for users, enforce your policy.
Application credentials are learned by the system automatically so that developers don’t have to modify their application.
Simplifying security for users means administrators can define their managing user access based on profiles and group policies.
Lost passwords are a major disturbance for users and administrators, impacting the effectiveness of your security policy.
Deployed as a standalone service running inside the network, or combined with the Web Application Firewall, in the DMZ.
Analyze your authentication logs to understand who did what in case of an attack, suspend or revoke rights as needed.
Combine SSO with web application security (DenyAll Web Application Firewall) and web services security (DenyAll Web Services Firewall).