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  1. Former Member

    Hi Donka,

    I was just browsing for risk based authentication to SAP and i came across this post. I have a requirement here to our SAP Application, Can we integrate risk based authentication (Adaptive Authentication) with the 3rd party/external software from RSA to our SAP application?

    Thanks in Advance..

    Regards

    Akesh

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    1. Former Member

      Hi Akesh,

      Technically you can integrate any external system. During the authentication process different events are sent to the policy script and it can call an external system to decide if access has to be denied or multi-factor authentication is required, or the user will be authenticated but with limited access permissions. You can contact me and Donka via email to discuss in details your scenario and how it can be implemented.

      Best regards,

      Dimitar Mihaylov

      P.S. Our emails are <firstname>.<lastname><AT>sap.com

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  2. Former Member

    Dear Donka,

    It seems that the Risk based authentication is for Java stack only , whatever links o find for configuration takes me to Java portal . Is there a way we can enforce two factor authentication for ABAP stack , like for people accessing confidential data on BW systems using EPM  , BPC or normally thorugh SAP GUI

     

    Shubham Jain

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  3. Dheeraj Tripathi

    Dear Donka,

    I am looking forward to Multifactor authentication and  Risk based authentication for SAP ABAP application ,  Need urgently .. Please can you help or suggest if already any products available I read about SAP SSO and SAP Mobile authenticator but I think they are for AS Java applocation or Mobile Application .. Please suggest if i can discuss with some one .. in this area .. Thanks in Advance !!

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    1. Martina Kirschenmann

      Hi Dheeraj,

      based on access policies you can make a dynamic decision on whether you accept or deny access, or alternatively enforce two-factor authentication. Risk-based authentication is possible with the Identity Provider and Secure Login Server of SAP Single Sign-On on SAP NetWeaver AS Java, and uses SAML 2.0 or X.509 digital certificates.

      Regards,

      Martina

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