At the centre of an Orchestrated Authorization strategy are Zero Trust signals from across the ecosystem that inform dynamic access policies to be enforced in real-time based context.
These signals can come from many different sources including other security solutions or custom attribute sources with metadata unique to the organization.
Through Orchestrated Authorization, enterprises can connect policies to signals that inform who, what, where, when and why a user or machine is requesting access to an application/resource.
In turn, this shifts access decisions away from an implied trust model to a Zero Trust model that continuously evaluates policies based on real-time context.
Amongst the enterprise ecosystem, there are six common areas where Axiomatics will integrate:
By being able to integrate with standards such as OAuth and OpenID, Axiomatics can connect to an enterprise’ existing authentication provider of choice, such as Okta, Ping, and Microsoft.
As organizations are seeking to mature their access control posture from one that is solely based on roles, Axiomatics can integrate with an identity governance provider to include roles as one attribute in a dynamic authorization policy. Read more about our certified integration with SailPoint.
At the centre of a Zero Trust decision is a question of risk. With leading cyber security providers, such as Crowdstrike, providing real-time insights into user behavior, Axiomatics can leverage risk as a dynamic attribute to fulfill an identity threat detection and response outcome. Read more about our certified integration with CrowdStrike.
Enterprises often have many different types of solutions deployed for analytics. While Axiomatics can integrate its logs into any analytics solution, enterprises often choose to connect them with their Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) solution, such as Splunk.
Axiomatics is often deployed in cloud native environments and integrates with DevOps tools to support the creation, testing, and orchestration of authorization policies.
As organizations continue to focus on scale and speed, they are turning to the adoption of microservices as well as API gateways. As a result, Axiomatics can integrate its decision services with tools that support these infrastructures such as Envoy (service mesh architectures) as well as Mulesoft (API Gateways).
Given an API driven architecture and out of the box attribute connectors, the diagram is only a representative sample of vendors Axiomatics can integrate with.
In addition to leveraging signals for policy enforcement, Axiomatics can seamlessly integrate as part of the enterprise IT infrastructure whether it’s before cloud-specific requirements, analytics, or DevOps automation.
This enables organizations to offer their application development teams an authorization solution that integrates with their application development platforms and tools.
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