Enable MFA for On-premise and Legacy Applications – In Minutes

Activate multi-factor authentication (MFA) for any on-premises and legacy applications.

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On-premise and legacy applications are difficult to replace and secure

Production systems and business workflows depend on them, and support for MFA was usually not built into them. Commonly used applications that typically don’t support MFA or integration with Single Sign-On (SSO) include:

Datawiza leverages your identity provider (e.g., Azure AD, Okta, etc.) to add a layer of SSO and MFA protection for your applications without rewriting them. Users will be required to authenticate via SSO and MFA before accessing these applications.

Value

Enhance Security

Protect your apps by adding MFA and granular access control

Centralize Access Management

Use your SSO accounts to manage user access instead of local accounts in the applications

Reduce Costs

Retire web access management solutions and consolidate different gateways and proxies

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How It Works

The Datawiza platform consists of two major components:

  1. Lightweight, container-based Datawiza Access Proxy (DAP) integrates with identity providers to enable MFA/SSO and granular authorization. DAP can be deployed as a gateway or a sidecar.
  2. Centralized Datawiza Cloud Management Console (DCMC) enables access policy configuration, aggregates logs, and provides visibility.