Using the privacyIDEA ownCloud App users can now login to ownCloud receiving a Push notification on their smartphone. The user logs in to the ownCloud web interface using his username and password. He then receives a push notification on his smartphone. Only after accepting this notification the user is finally logged in to ownCloud.
With version 3.2 of privacyIDEA, the administrator receives two new event handler modules to define rules that can modify both HTTP requests and HTTP responses of the REST API as required. This allows workflows to be highly customized. It is now possible to easily forward audit information to external log management tools such as Splunk or Logstash and process it there. The authentication at the REST-API has been extended so that a robust integration into any other application can be implemented.
NetKnights will again be exhibiting at the business fair it-sa in Nuremberg this year.
From October 8th to 10th 2019, the who-is-who of German and international IT security providers will meet at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre. Visitors will have the opportunity to get first-hand information about innovations and roadmaps of the security products.
NetKnights will be co-exhibiting with ownCloud in Hall 10.0, Stand 412. There we will present the multi-factor authentication system privacyIDEA, which can extend ownCloud in corporate environments by various second factors and thus reliably protect your business-critical data. Once rolled out in your company, privacyIDEA also allows secure login to other web applications, remote login, VPN, desktops and terminal servers...
Drop us a note and set up a meeting to discuss, how privacyIDEA can help to increase logon security in your network.
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