"SSL VPNs are a critical part of the enterprise identity and access management infrastructure," said Vijay Pawar, Director of Product Management at TriCipher. "With support for virtually any major SSL VPN, myOneLogin gives businesses the security of multi-factor authentication for remote access, together with web single sign-on and centralized authentication and access control capabilities."
Authenticating users to the SSL VPN is the 'last mile' for businesses offering secure remote access to corporate assets. Relying on passwords alone is insufficiently secure, while adding tokens introduces cost and management overhead to SSL VPN deployments. Using myOneLogin's cloud-based identity platform, businesses can add TriCipher's patented split-key authentication to SSL VPN logins quickly and easily.
myOneLogin now supports SSL VPNs using the broadly deployed RADIUS protocol for authentication and authorization, as well as federation standards such as SAML. Businesses using myOneLogin Enterprise Edition can integrate myOneLogin with internal directories, so user password authentication occurs within the corporate network. The myOneLogin service validates additional authentication factors, which may include knowledge-based questions, encrypted browser certificates, one-time passwords sent to mobile phones or VeriSign VIP credentials. Businesses can map multiple credentials to a single identity and select the credential strength that best meets their needs.
RADIUS-based integration with SSL VPNs requires myOneLogin Enterprise Edition, which is available immediately. For more information on myOneLogin, visit www.myOneLogin.com.
TriCipher, Inc. is a market leader and pioneer in Internet-scale and enterprise-caliber identity services, delivering cloud-based solutions for protecting access to web applications and enterprise portals. The myOneLogin identity platform is the first online identity services platform that gives each user a future-proof identity and never-compromised credentials federated to thousand of applications. TriCipher's patented technology has been battle-tested by over 10,000 financial institutions for security, reliability, availability and scalability. Founded in 2000, TriCipher is headquartered in Los Gatos, Calif. The company is funded by ArrowPath Venture Capital, EPIC Ventures, Intel Capital, RBC Technology Ventures, and Trident Capital.