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your organization IT systems is reduced and is a significant benefit of setting up identity management and provisioning to control all access rights. Perhaps less obvious is the advantage of having the information accurate in all repositories. Having one method to control access across all of the entire IT systems and applications within an organization and one point of control for each population is the most important benefit.
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Figure 10-1 The identity provisioning data paths for employee end users and authentication calls for file and print services and employee Web pages.
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Figure 10-2 The identity provisioning data paths for customers with controlled access to Web pages and complementary e-mail services.
Looking at an Access Control Sequence
The following end-user session illustrates all of the connections that have been discussed:
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1. An end user already identified in the system launches a Web browser and enters the URL for your application. 2. A session is established with the end user from the Web appliance 3. The appliance presents a page with a greeting and a link with the word ENTER to click. 4. An SSL session is established between the browser and the appliance, and a new screen requesting a user ID and password is displayed to the user s browser. 5. The user responds with the correct username and password. The appliance makes an LDAP call to the service directory and verifies the username-password combination. 6. The user s browser is then presented with a new screen containing application choices served up by the appliance. The choices are taken by proxy from the actual Web applications server. The traffic link between the appliance and Web server is also protected by SSL encryption. 7. The end user chooses an application that requires two-factor authentication. Her token card random access numerical string is requested and checked against the authentication server. 8. If the numerical string entered by the end user is correct, access to the application is granted through the passing of the application page back to the user s browser, from the application Web server via the appliance acting as proxy for the user. 9. The end user pages through some of the application to which she has normal read-only access. 10. She needs to change one field of data and is challenged within the application logic to provide a PIN to validate her having the authority to make the change. She provides the correct PIN and the change is written to the database. (The PIN was provided earlier to the database application s embedded security controls from the identity vault.) 11. Having successfully made the change, the user logs out of the application and all sessions end. This access control sequence example shows how security access controls can be layered into the process beyond Web server access and applicationlevel control right to a specific field of data and all controlled with information provided from the identity vault s meta-functionality.
Putting It All Together in the Web Applications Environment
Examining Other Capabilities
Commercially available identity management and identity provisioning solutions include the capability to distribute some identity information contained in the service directory to the end users via a Web interface. This feature makes it possible for an end user to update a home phone number in the directory, change a password, or reissue a lost password. To maintain security, passwords are usually e-mailed to the employee. This is an acceptable method, particularly when you are using e-mail software products that maintain encryption in storage and in transit by default. The identity software available will typically include in the Web interface programs the capability to apply policies to the changes. For example, users who use the interface to change a password can be required to create a complex (strong) password. The following section lists 12 important considerations in the product selections and in the implementation of any design.