Adding MFA to Legacy and On-Premises Applications
Datawiza adds multi-factor authentication (MFA) or two-factor authentication (2FA) to your legacy and on-premises apps and systems without code changes. It integrates with your preferred MFA services like Microsoft Entra ID (Azure AD, Office 365, M365), Okta, Duo, Ping Identity (PingOne), Google Workspace, and phishing resistant MFAs, e.g., FIDO security keys and PIV smart cards that government agencies use.
Legacy and on-premises apps lacking support for modern SSO (single sign-on) protocols are difficult to add MFA or 2FA
Acting as a MFA proxy, Datawiza seamlessly integrates MFA or 2FA with your legacy and on-premises applications without touching the source code.
Various MFA (2FA) Methods Supported
How It Works
The Datawiza platform consists of two major components:
- Lightweight, container-based Datawiza Access Proxy (DAP) integrates with identity providers to enable SSO (Single Sign-On), MFA (2FA) and granular authorization. DAP can be deployed as a gateway or a sidecar.
- Centralized Datawiza Cloud Management Console (DCMC) enables access policy configuration, aggregates logs, and provides visibility.