Reviews (1-3 of 3)
- Two-step authentication
- Authentication via email, sms, phone
- Ease of use and prompt response
- I believe it is very secure & not sure if it needs any improvement as such
- Only suggestion would be it should not ask users to re-confirm if the session is still active
- PingFederate is feature-rich, and quickly updated with the latest standards and profiles. This gives us more tools to apply identity standards to modern business challenges.
- PingFederate and PingCentral were also easy to deploy within docker containers and weave into an infra-as-code deployment, keeping operational overhead low.
- PingID has an array of supported authenticators for nearly every use case, and early FIDO2 support has us looking into moving to passwordless much more quickly than I had anticipated.
- PingID has some limitations when used as the MFA for some LDAP implementations. You need to use it as a RADIUS password credential validator to solve for some of those limitations, which in turn causes challenges with our ephemeral cloud deployment model of PingFederate.
- The basic logon services within PingFederate are adequate and well-documented, but simple features like disabling user input after entering credentials would help with some of the additional customization required to support real world failure modes.
- PingCentral authorization models and configuration remain unpolished compared to other products, and now the features seem to be shifting toward onboarding PingAccess and PingDirectory over improving baseline administrative functionality/operations.
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About Ping Identity Platform
The Next-Gen Identity Platform from Ping Identity in Denver, Colorado is an identity management and access solution (IAM) for enterprises. Features of the products include single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, user management with directory, provisioning and deprovisioning, and more.
Ping Identity is relatively fast growing and has received about $115 million in funding since its inception in 2002, most recently $35 million in Series G funding in September of 2014. Ping Identity is partnered with UnboundID to integrate that product's preference management, social login, and other customer-oriented features.
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