Web Access Management Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
SylvainMaertchik says in a NetIQ Access Manager review
Education Director at ID Integrated Data SA
The integration is quite easy because there are a lot of options for integrating with different applications, so it is very versatile. There are lots of options to customize the solution to your needs. Integrated with AD and there are a lot of options for federation. View full review »
Amlan Sahoo says in a CA SSO review
Systems-Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* This is the only access management product that I have come across which configures end-to-end and hosts resources. * This product is very easy to deploy. I just strictly needed to follow the user-guide. * The CA directory services is something that I found to be cool. * I liked the debugging part. There are only two files (trace file and log file) that you need to look into while performing debugging, and the logs give you the exact info on where and what needs to be fixed. * You can quickly deploy the entire product with a basic config within couple of hours. View full review »
Maurice Shorrosh says in a CA SSO review
Technology Director at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It has the ability to authenticate and authorize users. It is the main feature for our security. View full review »
Anil Gaddi says in a CA SSO review
Security Architect at Raymond James Financial, Inc.
We use it on the agent model, and we have a lot of capabilities which we leverage to do it on the different apps, so critical apps are protected better. And we do step up using this, but we are looking at other products now to do the advanced track. We use it mostly out of the box, standard, no customization. Ease of use is very good, for administrating it. It's very well known. The ease of use is good for our deployment and our applications. View full review »
JosephLaVigne says in a CA SSO review
Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Simplifying the user experience. We use a lot of integrated Windows authentication with it. All of our applications get a point, click, and you are in, while we increase security at the same time. View full review »
Directorc0bd says in a CA SSO review
Director at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Ease of use for the user * Security, of course * The ease of setup and installation View full review »
Manager1496 says in a CA SSO review
Manager with 10,001+ employees
Federation, for sure, because we have a lot of third-party vendors that we need to integrate with, and this is a turnkey solution in some ways. The Directory is secure. It's our user store, and it's important to keep our members safe. The product does well with that. View full review »
Aseem Poudel says in a CA SSO review
Senior Software Analyst at NRG Energy
* Authentication * Authorization for our websites. These features are important because all the sites need authentication for security purposes. That has been handled pretty well all these years with SSO. View full review »
Software4a0d says in a CA SSO review
Software Engineering Consultant at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
As our identity model continues to mature, probably the Federation is most valueable. In IT, you're seeing a large shift to the cloud, and to using software as a service applications and, because of that, you still need to be able to securely assert identity. The Federation components of CA Single Sign On allow us to do that effectively and with minimal resource investment, to realize functionality. View full review »
DesignEn0ad8 says in a CA SSO review
Design Engineer 5 at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Right now, federation that comes out-of-the-box with single sign-on is the most valuable feature that we have, and also scalability. View full review »
Syed Aamer says in a CA SSO review
IT Security Consultant at NIC KSA
The Federation part of Single Sign On, which is customizable and is easily integrated with any customer application or any third party application. View full review »
Rachid El Baraka says in a CA SSO review
Systems Engineer at navyfederal
* Authentication * Authorization * The user repository Without, with the number of customers using our site, if that portion was down, our contact center wouldn't be able to handle the calls, if the authentication and authorization wasn't working. View full review »
SiteMindc700 says in a CA SSO review
Site Minder Admin at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
I find that SAML is the best thing we're using right now because there is no need for creating the external account. If you take a partner like Disney World, if a Chase customer wants to log in to Disney World, then it is easy for them to log in with the same credentials, whatever we have at Chase. There is no need to make a new account or enter in the same data. So, the Chase user, if he wants to purchase something on Disney World, tickets for example, he doesn't need to give his details to Disney World. He can use the information with the details, whatever we have, in the Chase DB. We're just, as part of the transaction, sending the details to Disney World and he completes the transaction with the details. So in that case, we're providing security to the user data. View full review »
umairakhlaque78 says in a CA SSO review
Sr. Manager at Duroob
The most valuable feature is that it meets the requirements of the customer. You have a lot of features in the product. Every product has them, but the question is, are these products going to meet the requirement of the customer? Because, if you meet the requirements of the customer, then it's way too easy to get inside the customer. We met the requirements of the customer and that's why I believe that this product has value. View full review »
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