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Authentication Standards Support

Choose your identity provider using Fastpath’s authentication standards support

Fastpath Assure supports various authentication options for end-users logging into the application. Our out-of-box authentication options do not require any implementation or configuration by the customer. These options include:

  • Fastpath Local Accounts – Accounts that are created in Fastpath Assure and require a separate username and password to log into the application. These credentials will not be linked with any other system. Password and account policies for these users will be maintained by Fastpath.
  • Microsoft SSO – Microsoft SSO provides the ability for an end user to log into Fastpath Assure utilizing their Microsoft Azure Active Directory credentials. During the login process, the end user will be redirected to Microsoft to authenticate and log in and then will be redirected to Fastpath Assure. This will allow all current policies defined in Azure AD (password complexity, MFA, account lockout, etc.) to be enforced when authenticating in Fastpath Assure. 

In addition to these out-of-box authentication options, Fastpath also supports the ability to authenticate using a separate Identity Provider with OIDC or SAML 2.0 protocols.

  • OpenID Connect (OIDC) is an open standard that uses JSON to add identity information to communications between a service provider (like Fastpath) and an identity provider. OIDC is often used for mobile authentication.
  • The Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML 2.0) is another open standard that uses XML to allow multiple computers on a network share security credential. SAML is often used in Software as a Service (SaaS) authentication.

By leveraging these industry standards, Fastpath supports the ability to integrate with your Okta, OneLogin, and many other authentication platforms. The Fastpath support team will assist you in configuring and implementing Fastpath to use your Identity Provider of choice. By using your own Identity Provider, your end-users will be able to continue to use their corporate credentials. In addition, the user’s login process will enforce all the policies defined in your Identity Provider (password complexity, MFA, account lockout, etc.) and will be enforced when authenticating the user in Fastpath Assure.

Read the case study to see how Zoom enhanced security, eased user fatigue, and met compliance requirements with SSO authentication by enhancing Fastpath Assure.

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