SecureAuth advises configuring access to the SecureAuth0 realm with security best practices in mind. Recommendations are listed below, but it is the customer's responsibility to determine the best settings for their specific deployment. These recommendations do not constitute a guarantee of security.
15. Restrict access to SecureAuth0 to a specific admin group.
In the corporate data store, create an admin user group comprised of only those members who will have access to the Web Admin
In the User Groups (AD/LDAP) or Allowed Groups (SQL) field, enter the name of the admin group
(AD/LDAP) In the User Group Check Type field, select Allow Access
(AD/LDAP) Set the Groups Field field to the LDAP attribute that contains user group information, e.g. memberOf
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This section is for LDAP data stores only; refer to the specific directory configuration guide for more information
16. Map the SecureAuth IdP Property to the appropriate data store Field
For example, Groups is located in the memberOf data store Field
17. If another directory is enabled in the Profile Connection Settings section and contains the Property, then change the Source from Default Provider
18. Check Writeable for a Property that will be changed in the data store by SecureAuth IdP
For example, user account information (telephone number) or authentication mechanisms (knowledge-based questions, fingerprints)
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The Fields listed are only examples as each data store is organized differently and may have different values for each Property
SecureAuth advises configuring remote access to the SecureAuth0 realm with security best practices in mind. Recommendations are listed below, but it is the customer's responsibility to determine the best settings for their specific deployment. These recommendations do not constitute a guarantee of remote security.
Enforce full authentication requirements for every logon attempt to the Admin realm (SecureAuth0)
20. Set the Default Workflow to Username | Second Factor | Password
21. Set the Public/Private Mode field to Public Mode Only
This forces users to authenticate fully on every logon attempt