Secure, Simple Access to Everything
Users and their identities are fundamental to mobility. Controlling access to applications and data, including content stored in the cloud, demands a user-centric, mobile-aware approach to Identity and Access Management (IAM).
BlackBerry IAM solutions leverage the extensive BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio to secure and simplify access to your organization’s critical applications, systems and resources, simplifying the user experience while putting IT in full control.
Single Sign-on for Mobile Apps and Intranet Sites
BlackBerry Dynamics Platform
BlackBerry Dynamics supports single sign-on (SSO) authentication, making it easy for users to log in once to get access to all containerized apps on their device, as well as behind-the-firewall enterprise resources, without having to enter additional corporate credentials. BlackBerry uniquely supports this access through the use of Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD) to the mobile application. KCD can be used in lieu of users being required to enter their complex Enterprise credentials. This mitigates a potential risk of having the Enterprise credentials compromised off the mobile device.
Single Sign-on for Cloud Services
BlackBerry Enterprise Identity
Managing access to cloud services, whether they're SaaS or internal applications, can be a challenge for both employees and IT. Without a unified identity and SSO, employees face multiple passwords and cumbersome logins. For IT, this reduces control, placing data and compliance at risk.
BlackBerry® Enterprise Identity leverages the experience BlackBerry has in managing millions of end user identities to solve your user mobility and single sign-on problems.
The BlackBerry approach federates user identities across cloud services to deliver SSO to applications on any user device, anywhere it’s used.
iOS®, Android™, and BlackBerry® devices are strongly supported – guaranteeing user mobility.
Integration With EMM
Woven into the BlackBerry® UEM console, Enterprise Identity allows simpler, more secure management of access to cloud services.
Superior, safer directory integration and a proven, global infrastructure mean your users and data are protected to a degree not possible with other solutions.
Authentication for Mobile Applications
BlackBerry Dynamics Trusted Authentication Framework
The BlackBerry® Dynamics Trusted Authentication Framework, built into the BlackBerry Dynamics platform, makes two factor authentication to mobile apps easy. Seamlessly extend support for an array of two factor technologies that span smart cards, OTP, biometrics, tokens, and more.
Administrators can choose from innovative strong-authentication partner solutions for any BlackBerry-secured app, whether developed by BlackBerry, developed by an ISV, or custom built. They simply select the authentication provider in the policy set for that user group and that’s it—the BlackBerry-secured apps follow the defined policy. With the plug-n-play simplicity of BlackBerry Dynamics TAF, administrators can even assign different authenticators for different user groups, such as biometrics for a portion of their internal users and smart cards for another portion.
Two-Factor User Authentication
Providing employees with access to critical systems— from wherever they are working — has never been more vital to the success of a business. But securing such resources, especially using legacy token technology, often imposes financial, productivity and usability penalties.
BlackBerry® 2FA is an authentication solution that can reduce costs and eliminate usability issues associated with legacy token solutions.
Two-factor authentication that leverages a mobile device eliminates the need for employees to carry additional devices or memorize a password, while at the same time tightening security.
Integrated With EMM
Integrating user access with mobility management provides IT administrators with unmatched security. It also ensures high availability and scalability.
Simple and Secure
By eliminating legacy one-time-password (OTP) solutions, enterprises can upgrade security with certificate-based authentication while providing employees with simplified access to critical systems while on the move.
IT spends considerable resources resetting passwords or replacing lost legacy tokens. Modern two-factor authentication using a mobile device can improve IT efficiency and reduce replacement expenses.