Centralize all your digital user identities using
OmniDefend’s Universal Directory
With OmniDefend, you can pull users from multiple enterprise directories such as Active Directory, Azure AD and LDAP so that you can view and manage their SSO, authentication and authorization policies from one central console. If you have customers, contractors, partners or other temporary employees that are not in your organization’s Active Directory, you can use OmniDefend’s built-in directory to provide SSO and authentication to those users. Watch the video to learn how your centralize all your organization’s digital identities.
OmniDefend allows your workforce users to be enrolled directly into OmniDefend even if they are not present in any other enterprise directory. This allows you to easily provision authenticated SSO and application access to temporary contractors, partners or employees that may not reside in a Microsoft based Active Directory.
Microsoft Active Directory / Azure AD
Built-in support is provided for on-premise Microsoft Active Directory and cloud-based Microsoft Azure AD. Workforce users can be synchronized from the Microsoft compatible directories. The tight integration allows users to be disabled from SSO and application access by simply disabling their account in Active Directory.
OmniDefend provides a modular API that can be used by developers to add support for other 3rd party or proprietary directories that maybe implemented in the enterprise.
Workforce users that are synchronized in Active Directory or another 3rd party directory will maintain the login and password policies of that directory. For example, if you restrict employee login hours via Active Directory then their ability to login to SSO applications via OmniDefend will also be restricted to those same hours.