SAML 2 0 & Oracle E Business Suite (EBS): Guide to Native Implementation for SSO & Provisioning
SAML 2.0 has long been the gold standard for authentication. SAML allows organizations to leverage enterprise identity providers like Active Directory and ADFS for authenticating and provisioning ERP users.Watch Now
5 Ways to Simplify ERP Access Governance with Automation: SAP, Oracle, PeopleSoft & More
If you look at your ERP access governance processes across user provisioning, SoD, managing roles and access requests - all the way to access reviews and audits - surely you’ve thought, how can I make this easier? To answer this question, join the ERP experts at Appsian...Watch Now
Using SAP Data Masking to Minimize Insider Threats | Mask Any Data Field in SAP with Ease!
From expanding data compliance & privacy mandates (ex. SOX) to the growth of user-centric threats – the focus in now on your data (and how your users interact with it). Traditional access controls are no longer sufficient to protect your sensitive ERP data.Watch Now
Natively Integrating SAML 2 0 in PeopleSoft & Oracle E Business Suite | How Appsian Makes it Simple!
SAML 2.0 has long been a standard for authentication as it removes user error, improves user experience, and enables identity security. In addition, SAML removes the manual burden on IT teams for account creation, adding/removing privileges, and resetting forgotten passwords.Watch Now
Least Privilege 2.0 Controlling Risk in a Dynamic ERP Access Environment | SAP ECC & S4HANA
The SAP security landscape is becoming more complex by the day. In an era of smart devices and remote workforces, the old approach to SAP access governance is failing. Today’s dynamic landscape requires enhancements to strategies relying on static roles and authorizations.Watch Now
Multi-Factor (MFA) Integration for PeopleSoft: Data Security & User Experience | Zero Trust Webinar
In order to maintain strict authentication in a mobile environment, organizations are exploring how they can implement Dynamic Multi-Factor Authentication in PeopleSoft. Zero-Trust best practices dictate that no access is trusted by default, especially if it’s coming from outside the network.Watch Now