Authentication Actions allows you to orchestrate what happens after the credentials are verified but before the session is committed. In other words. the user has been validated, but the system hasn’t yet produced an authenticated session, which later can be used for Single Sign-On etc.
Actions are executed in the configured order so they can be chained and depend on each other. They can look up information in databases, prompt the user for more information or run other activities to ensure proper authentication and a secure login.
Curity Admin UI
Creates a link between a foreign incoming account from the authenticator to the local account.
When a user changes countries, take additional measures.
Directly transform values coming various data sources.
Restrict access before/after a certain time or only during particular hours.
If a user travels in impossible distance in a given time span, take extra precautions.
Finds all associated links for a local account.
Run additional authenticators depending on the context of a specific user log-in.
Detect the region a user is attempting to login from (e.g., the US, Europe, etc.) and redirect them to the appropriate one.
Take action if a user logs in from a new country.
Create regex-expressions that transforms names and values during the authentication process.
Allows you to remove one (or many) of the incoming attributes at authentication.
Checks the subject attributes, and if a required attribute is not found, the user will be prompted to fill the missing attributes.
Prompts the user to update their password.
Replace a foreign username/domain used at login with a linked username.
Combine a number of actions and represent them as a single action, allowing you create more complex flows.
Create workflows and execute different actions based upon on conditions.