Stronger one-time password step-up authentication with a simple Access Manager policy

Help improve browser-based security using IBM Security Access Manager and Tivoli Federated Identity Manager

Watch this video to learn how to achieve stronger step-up authentication using IBM® Security Access Manager and Tivoli® Federated Identity Manager with one-time password capability for extended authentication scenarios.

Jenny Wong (jenwong@au1.ibm.com), Staff Software Engineer, IBM

Photo of Jenny WongJenny Wong is an IT specialist working for IBM Software group. She is a member of the IBM Security Solutions Team based out of the Australian Development Lab on Gold Coast. She joined IBM in 2009 and is a customer facing engineer who works with the IBM Security product suite in Level 3 technical support, pre-sales and post-sales engagements, and delivering enhanced product enablement. She holds a dual degree in Bachelor of Applied Mathematics and Information Technology from Queensland University of Technology.



10 December 2013

How can you control the content your customers see?

In this video, see how to implement one-time password step-up authentication during request transactions.

SANS 2013 Critical Controls Survey

Learn how IBM Security Access Manager family of products supports the controls identified in the"SANS 2013 Critical Controls Survey."

Use this capability in IBM Security Access Manager and Tivoli Federated Identity Manager in the context of a business to customer (or B2C) environment, where a customer is accessing content that requires fine-grained authorization decisions. The demonstration is intended for security architects, IT architects, and administrators.

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