RSA and the benefits
January 22, 2019

RSA and the benefits

Jamie Elliott | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with RSA Access Manager

We use RSA Manager to manage our secure connections via remote access and internal PCI access. This is being used by our whole organization, both internal and external. This addresses the 2-factor authentication we are required to have for PCI access within our company.
  • Used in conjunction with our Active Directory for 2-factor authentication
  • The virtual RSA token for multiple devices makes it easy to avoid needing a physical device
  • The ability to leverage real-time analytics to identify when step-up is required
  • Cost is not cheap
  • Security with 2-factor authentication is a positive
  • Negative would be the updating the client when token expires
  • the real-time monitoring is a life saver, with accurate notifications
Nothing as this point. At the end of 2019 we plan to start looking into alternatives
The RSA was originally brought in for 2-factor authentication, which was used in conjunction with our internal Active Directory. This allowed us to secure our remote user connections and our internal user connections for PCI access. Later we tied it into ISE for secure wireless access.

RSA Access Manager (Discontinued) Feature Ratings

ID-Management Access Control
7
ID Management Single-Sign On (SSO)
8
Multi-Factor Authentication
8