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Insight into Identity Confidence

With this latest release of RSA SecurID Access, organizations will be able to view up-to-date identity confidence analytics information through the Cloud Administration Console. The analytics page will provide information on how many users were deemed risky based on the Identity Confidence policies set by the organization and what factors contributed to that risky behavior across their user population.  


Enable Auto-Push for RADIUS additional authentication Use Cases

When additional authentication is required for RADIUS clients, end-users can receive automatic push notifications (approve or biometrics) without any additional user interaction, providing a convenient end-user experience.   This capability can be configured under the RADIUS configuration page in the cloud authentication console. 


Enhanced security of FIDO token enrollment

Securely enroll FIDO based authenticators using the RSA SecurID Access My Page self-service portal. The My Page self-service enrollment portal allows organizations to protect FIDO registration with an access policy that is aligned with the organizations’ existing policies. Organizations will be able to optionally disable the FIDO token registration for their end-users which automatically occurs during user authentication and instead enable policy-protected enrollment through My Page.


Improved deployment options and supportability enhancements for the identity router

  • Flexible deployment options for identity routers. The identity router supports transparent, explicit, and man-in-the-middle proxy configurations. The identity router will inform if a non-RSA SSL proxy certificate is configured, and allow to temporarily accept the certificate and proceed while the administrator works with the network IT to whitelist the URL.
  • Identity router setup has been simplified. The proxy interface, which is not required for non-SSO deployments, is disabled by default in the Identity Router Setup Console. Enable as needed for SSO deployments.
  • Quickly identify potential problems that might occur while setting-up and monitoring identity routers using the improved status indicators in the Cloud Administration Console. The Platform > Identity Routers list page will provide more details on the status of each identity router and its dependent services, including the status of clusters, memory usage, CPU usage, and cloud connectivity

IP Address Changes - Please Plan in Advance!

To align with Microsoft Azure Resource Manager deployment model changes, the Cloud Authentication Service and Cloud Administration Console IP addresses will be changing in September 2019. Organization’s deployments must be able to connect to both new and old IP addresses in September 2019.


RSA recommends that you start planning with your organization now to make the necessary changes to connect to these new IP addresses. If the firewall rules are not updated with the new IP addresses, the identity routers will not be able to contact the Cloud Authentication Service.  This will cause disruption in the service. For details, see Notice of Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes.

RSA continues to strengthen its RSA SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service with the July product release.  For further details on all the new and updated capabilities of the July release, please refer to the Release Notes.

Calling all RSA Authentication Manager (AM) customers!  Interested in enabling your end users to have a more convenient and secure modern multi-factor authentication experience?   Now is the time to act. 


What is really exciting, is that you can enhance the end user experience without disrupting or changing your existing authentication agent infrastructure.  Users can authenticate using their SecurID pin + mobile "push-to-approve" to existing SecurID agents such as VPN, PAM and RADIUS clients without the need to disrupt existing user populations. 


RSA has just announced the release of RSA Authentication Manager 8.4 Patch 4 which has several new features that provides an easy and efficient approach to adopting multi-factor authentication.     

  • Accelerate the time value by simply clicking on new wizard button:  From the AM console, super administrators can easily connect RSA Authentication Manager to the cloud authentication service and perform a test authentication for validation.  This process will require you to copy a Registration Code and URL from the Cloud Authentication Service into the wizard to establish a one-way secure SSL channel between AM and the Cloud Authentication Service.  For additional security, add a proxy server.  
  • Invite users to register for modern mobile MFA directly from the Manage Users page in the RSA Authentication Manager console:  A default email template is provided which can be customized to meet your internal communication requirements.  Simply select the users and an email will be sent that includes the URL to My Page the new RSA SecurID Access Self Service Page.  Establish a policy that requires your selected users to login to My Page.  Several options are available including using their existing SecurID token for added security.  Once in My Page, users can register their mobile device and download the Authenticate App.
  • Unified Management Console: Help Desk administrators can manage mixed token / MFA deployments through the enhanced unified management capabilities of the AM User Dashboard to rapidly troubleshoot and resolve end user calls.   


Four Easy Steps to get started now

  1. Contact your RSA Sales Representative or you RSA Channel Partner to get your RSA Cloud Tenant provisioned.   Take advantage of the free MFA Promotion currently available.
  2. Deploy the Cloud Authentication Service (IDR and Cloud Tenant); Connect the Identity Router component to the same Identity Source that your RSA Authentication Manager is connected to. 
  3. Enable the new SecurID Access My Page self-service console; Select a policy to access My Page
  4. Download and install RSA Authentication Manager AM 8.4 Patch 4.  Click on the “Configure the Connection: Button from the AM Security Console to create the secure channel and invite users to register and enroll.


For more information, click here:  Modern-MFA

Seamless access to RSA My Page for self-service

To help make it easier for end users to enroll and manage their RSA Authenticate App we have enabled single-sign-on (SSO) support to RSA My Page from an external IDP.  In addition, you can also add your company logo for display during self-service.  These two features will allow seamless access for end users and provide a consistent user-branded experience.  



Important: Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes

To align with Microsoft Azure Resource Manager deployment model changes, the Cloud Authentication Service and Cloud Administration Console IP addresses will be changing in September 2019. Your deployment must be able to connect to both new and old IP addresses in September 2019.


RSA recommends that you start planning with your organization now to make the necessary changes to connect to these new IP addresses. If you do not update your firewall rules with the new IP addresses, your identity routers will not be able to contact the Cloud Authentication Service and services will be disrupted. For details, see Notice of Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes.


For further details on all the new and updated capabilities of the June release, please refer to the Release Notes here:  RSA SecurID® Access Release Notes: Cloud Authentication Service and RSA SecurID Authenticate App 


All these enhancements make RSA SecurID® Access and even more convenient, pervasive and intelligent solution for your authentication needs.

(Authored by Steve Schlarman, Portfolio Strategist, RSA)


It was Mark’s big shot.  He finally had a meeting with Sharon, the CIO.  Her schedule was so busy it was legendary and for her to spend time with a risk analyst was a clear indicator she recognized the new challenges facing their company.  Although he only had 15 minutes, Mark was prepared - notepad at the ready, brimming with nervous energy.   After some brief chit-chat he got down to business – ready to drill into a conversation about their company’s biggest obstacles; the most impactful concerns; the top of mind issues; the coup de grace that could spell disaster for the organization.  He took a deep breath and went to his big money question… ‘So, what keeps you up at night? What are you worried about?’ 


Sharon beamed.  She spun around to her white board and spewed a litany of projects fueling their company’s digital transformation – an IoT project, the implementation, a massive VMWare migration and their hybrid cloud, the new employee work-at-home program, the impending customer mobile portal…

While that question got Sharon started, let’s think about this a bit differently.


With all the benefits the new digital world offers, there are a host of risks that must be managed.   The major areas of risk remain the ‘usual suspects’ such as security, compliance, resiliency, inherited risks from third parties and operational risk. However, digital business amplifies uncertainty for organizations today.  For example:

  • Digital business, by its very nature, increases the threat of cyber incidents and risks around your intellectual property and customer data.
  • The expanded connectivity and expectations of the ‘always on’ business stresses the importance of resiliency.
  • Business has evolved into an ecosystem of internal and external services and processes leading to a complex web of ‘inherited’ risks.
  • The disappearing perimeter and digital workforce is challenging how organizations engage their customers and employees.


Factors such as these are why digital initiatives are forcing organizations to rethink and increasingly integrate their risk and security strategies. 


The objective for today’s risk professional is not just about defending against the bad.  Just like Mark discussing the parade of initiatives with Sharon that clearly impact their company’s future, you must be ready to help usher in a new age of digital operations.  Merely riding the buzzword wave - IoT, social media, big data analytics, augmented reality… - is not enough. 


You must look at opportunities to enable innovation in your business while building trust with your customers and throughout your enterprise.  Your business must be comfortable with embracing risk and aggressively pursuing market opportunities offered by new technology.  To do that, risk associated with the use of emerging or disruptive technology in transforming traditional business processes needs to be identified and assessed in the context of fueling innovation.   You also must keep focus on the negative side of risk.  Your business today demands an open, yet controlled, blend of traditional and emerging business tactics.  You must help manage the ongoing risk as these transformed business operations are absorbed into the organization fully, i.e. the new model becomes the normal model of doing business.


Risk is, by definition, uncertainty.  Everyone is concerned about uncertainty in today’s world.  However, if we go back to the simple equation (risk = likelihood * impact), risk should be something we can dissect, understand, and maybe even calculate.   While you are helping your organization embrace the advantages (positive risk) of technologies like IoT, data analytics, machine learning and other emerging digital enablers, the volatile, hyperconnected nature of digital business amplifies the negative side of risk.  It is anxiety about the unknown that leads us into that executive conversation, but it shouldn’t lead to worry.


Worry is about fear.  Your executives shouldn’t be afraid in today’s world.   They should have informed concerns.  And you – as the security or risk person in the room – should be feeding insights to raise their visibility of the likelihood of events and diminish their distress on the negative impacts.  Risk is part of riding the waves of business opportunities.

Risk is not something you should WORRY about…  it is something you should ACT on.


To learn more about digital risk management, click on our new Solutions Banners located in the right-hand column of each RSA product page: Third Party RiskCloud TransformationDynamic Workforce, and Cyber Attack Risk.

Don't miss our upcoming June product webinar tomorrow - June 12th at 11 am EST.    More details here on the webinar content and registration details - Don't Miss Our Upcoming June Product Webinar  


As always we will record this session and post the replay back to RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted 

In the past few months we have had conversations with many of you, our RSA SecurID® Access customers, who currently use RSA SecurID Hardware or Software tokens, about your journey to modernize authentication. We have heard you uncover three major themes:

  1. You need a simple, convenient way to extend multifactor authentication (MFA) to more types of users across the organization. Users who are on the go and need a simple and modern MFA experience.

  2. You need a faster, less obtrusive way to enable MFA for your existing users with tokens accessing existing resources protected by RSA SecurID today.

  3. You need to extend authentication to additional access uses cases such as SaaS applications and cloud infrastructure.


We love getting this kind of feedback for you because it helps us create solutions that can help you enable your business to grow securely.

In the upcoming June product release of RSA SecurID Access, an easy and efficient approach to adopting multi-factor authentication allows you to get faster time to value to achieve these goals, without needing to upgrade your existing authentication environment.


What's new?

Users can easily access existing resources protected by SecurID today including Virtual Private Network (VPN), Windows Desktop log-in, Linux/Unix based servers etc, with modern authentication methods including Push to Approve.


How is that done?

RSA SecurID authentication agents intercept access requests from users and direct these requests to the RSA Authentication Manager server for authentication. Once the system verifies users, they are granted access.


What does it mean for the end-users accessing resources?

Users can access RSA SecurID agent-protected resources with a secure and convenient authentication experience by simply entering their existing RSA SecurID PIN and tapping Approve on their registered devices. Or they can enter One-Time Password (OTP) tokencodes generated by the RSA SecurID Authenticate application. There is no need to replace or update your existing agents or RSA Ready products, and users do not need to memorize a new PIN.


What do you need to do to set this up?

Administrators can leverage a new wizard directly from the RSA Authentication Manager (AM) Security Console to set up and configure secure connections between AM and the Cloud Authentication Service. Invite users from the AM Manage Users page to enroll and register for MFA. This not only saves many configuration steps but minimizes training costs by using the AM console that is well known by your administrators and dramatically reduces the time to deploy.


Better Help Desk management?


Help Desk Administrators have a unified view from AM User Dashboard to manage a mixed deployment of tokens / MFA from a single console. This will result in much faster resolution of user help desk calls.


Achieve Faster Compliance at a Lower Cost


Immediately, expand MFA to new use cases and new users. Enable new users to create a PIN + Approve from their mobile device, eliminate passwords and achieve compliance. Lower cost by enabling MFA for third party contractors and suppliers. For token renewals, leverage MFA and lower token provisioning costs.

The Birth of Portable Computing

Computing in the modern world has changed drastically. Gone are the yesteryears when computers were big machines the size of your closet that is not very portable. Today, users demand portable computing whenever and wherever. In the Enterprise, efficiency is key. IT organizations are now open to provision more mobile devices such as smartphones, laptops and even tablets. This enables employees to be that much more productive on the go and ensures them reliable access to what they need; whenever, wherever.


Portable Computing Needs Untethered Security

IT organizations today recognize the need to secure these machines. However, what they fail to recognize is that these machines are often offline for many reasons. As an example, you need to login to your Windows laptop quickly because you are late for a very important customer call. However, your laptop is offline when you try to login; It is still trying to connect to the company network. Maybe, you are getting updated reports periodically about an urgent issue because you are mid-flight towards a remote data-center attempting to fix it. You want to be ready to go as soon as you land. However, your Windows tablet is offline because WiFi on-board is not freely available. Better yet, you need to login to your laptop quickly and email over a freshly signed Sales Order; all this to seal the deal before close of business. However, because you are onsite at that customer's office, your laptop is offline and has not connected to their Guest WiFi network at all.


These instances requires you to login first before establishing a network connection.You are effectively locked out of your machine if login while offline is not allowed. What then? Do we just create a backdoor Just-In-Case (a.k.a. Fail Open) login account? The answer cannot simply just be " No Network, No Secure Login Needed" for these whenever-wherever-machines.


Convenient & Seamless Windows Login Untethered, The RSA Way

Introducing, the All New RSA Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Agent for Microsoft Windows. This is our vision for users to securely and reliably login to Windows machines that is Convenient and Seamless whether Online or Offline. Anyone can claim that their product is reliable. This is because if something goes wrong, they can depend on users easily getting online and even stay online reliably while standing still.  These machines in the above examples are offline and  cannot connect to the authentication server to complete authentication. However, the user cannot get the machine back online unless they can login first. Good luck telling them to go to the nearest company office location just to login again.


This agent is designed from the ground up with the strength of the RSA Authentication Agent for Microsoft Windows (a.k.a Windows Agent); the convenience and secure modern authentication options of the RSA SecurID Access Cloud Authentication Service (CAS); all to secure Windows workstation and server logins.Not only is the ability for users to authenticate with different modern authentication methods that makes this agent unique; it is the ability for users to login Online or Offline, to their machines with the same authentication device and the same login experience. Imagine having to login multiple times a day and deciding which device to use for login all the time. You want convenient login and IT admins want secure login to your whenever-wherever-machines.


How RSA Does It... Better

The MFA Agent's Offline Authentication uses the Authenticate Tokencode; generated by the RSA SecurID Authenticate App. This is based on RSA's unique way of allowing tokencodes to be verified without network connectivity to the authentication server. What makes the MFA Agent's offline authentication even better than other solutions is the use of the same Authenticate Tokencode for both online or offline authentication. With our agent, an attacker cannot gain access to the machine console while malicious code cannot properly execute while the machine is offline. This is because most sensitive resources on an MFA Agent protected Windows machine requires a valid Authenticate Tokencode. To top it off, if users choose to login with an Authenticate Tokencode while online , they can also use the same device to generate an Authenticate Tokencode for login while offline.


This is what we do today with the classic Windows Agent using tokencodes generated by RSA's award-winning RSA SecurID tokens, deemed the Gold Standard for reliable and secure Offline Authentication. IT organizations cannot effectively secure and control a machine that is offline from an attacker that is either in front of the console, or already running as malicious code inside these machines. Large corporations and various governments globally have trusted it for many years to protect login to their most important Windows machines when offline; you can trust our MFA Agent to do the same for your whenever-wherever-machines.


Something Sweet For Servers Too

What about Windows Servers? Some equate non-portable Windows machines to never-offline-machines. What they learn is that servers can become offline due to a simple thing such as a patch applied gone wrong and simply un-assigns the server's IP address. Admins can only reconnect them to the network if they login to the server first. A lot of products out there will allow servers to "Fail Open" as a solution or even force admins to create a backdoor login account as  backup. Why find this acceptable? Use the all new MFA Agent to reliably secure server logins when offline, just like the rest of your whenever-wherever-machines.



As you go about evaluating a secure Windows Login solution, make sure you ask yourself "What happens to login when the machine is offline?" You will find that you either have to give up on security or convenience or both. Now, you don't have to anymore. With RSA, organizations can empower users with Convenient & Seamless Windows Secure Authentication - Untethered. For end users, this is like having your cake and eating it too - no strings attached.


Every customer who has adopted RSA SecurID Access’s risk engine capability to attain Identity Confidence, love and fully trust the capability.  Based on several discussions with you during the RSA conference and 1-1 sessions we realized that customers were looking for more visibility into the workings of risk engine to better understand how the risk engine can add value to your security policies. Specifically, you wanted to know why a user/group was challenged or what factors contributed to a user’s/group’s higher level of risk and hence lower identity confidence.


What did we do?

In May release, we have introduced a simple yet powerful capability through user event monitor to help solve visibility challenges. Below is a screenshot of the user event monitor for a user that sums up the entire feature. 

  • Confidence score  - Overall user identity confidence score. You can look at the aggregate confidence score across the entire user population (confidence Threshold) and benchmark a user’s confidence score against the aggregate score.
  • Category scores define what contributed to the overall confidence score. You can see if the low or high confidence score was driven more by the user’s device or by the location or by the user’s overall behavior or some combination thereof.  Category score consists of Device confidence, Behavior confidence, and Location confidence. 

The category scores (location, device & user behavior scores) are aggregated through a mathematical model to get the overall user level confidence score. 




For example, in the above screenshot user's confidence score is lesser than the aggregate score (confidence threshold) of the entire user population. In other words, the current user access request is riskier than the rest of the population and hence appropriate policy controls have to be in place to challenge the user with additional assurance. The reason for the user's lower confidence is more influenced by the lack of trust in the location from which the access request is coming from than the device from which the user request originates or the user's behavior. 


The lower the category (location, behavior or device) score is the lower the confidence is on that category. The system gains more trust by the continuous learning process on each of those categories over multiple access requests. This will eventually lead to higher confidence in each of those categories and hence the overall user confidence. 


How can these category scores add more value?

In addition to providing visibility into what contributed to the user's confidence level, these category scores can be used to determine the effectiveness of your security policies fully driven by identity context. For example, if admins see the device confidence is lower across a user set (ex: users within OU=Salesforce) leading to lower assurance across that user set (salesforce) the admin can try improving the device confidence and hence overall user confidence. One way to improve device confidence is to enable users with a managed device (through EMM/UEM).


Another great example could be how you can map your user or group level confidence (or risk) with better granularity to an IT application (as an RSA Archer IT asset) and make informed identity context driven risk management decisions. Possibilities are infinite with this enhanced visibility into RSA SID Access Risk Engine!


Hope the examples above help you in mapping some of the user level or group level identity risk factors to your organizational policies. As we learn more we plan to add more visibility and better way to control the risk engine so that you can take some meaningful actions impacting your identity risk posture.

The powerful policy engine in RSA SecurID Access can be used to control access to “My Page,” just like you can control access to other protected resources/applications.  This allows you to configure additional protections beyond simple password-based authentication.  You might consider incorporating some or all of the following elements into your policy:

  • If you have an Active Directory group for users with existing RSA SecurID Tokens (hardware, software, or ODA), you could configure a ruleset to require those users to perform additional authentication  to access My Page, by specifying an assurance level that includes RSA SecurID Tokens.
  • You could add a contextual rule to your ruleset that uses IP Address and/or (with Premium license) Trusted Networks, Trusted Locations, and so on.  For example, you might allow users who are logging in from your corporate network or  company office locations to access My Page with just a password, while users logging in from any other locations would need to perform additional authentication to meet a specified level of assurance.
  • If you have your users’ phone numbers in Active Directory, you might want to consider adding the SMS or Voice tokencode authentication methods (licensed separately) to an Assurance Level, so users who don’t have a SecurID Token could receive an SMS or Voice tokencode and use it to access My Page and/or other resources, as appropriate.

For example, here is how you might use some of these suggestions protect access to My Page:


First, configure your assurance levels. Note that “SecurID Token” is part of the medium assurance level. That will be important in the next step when you configure your policy.

Now create your “My Page” policy. In this case you will create a ruleset for the subset of users that belong to an Active Directory group named “SecurIDUsers”.

Then select the settings shown below. These settings will allow these users to use their SecurID tokens to securely access My Page, where they may then enroll the RSA SecurID Authenticate application.

New users that do not have a SecurID token also need secure access to My Page. You could allow access to My Page with just a password for new users who are in a trusted location such as your corporate office, or who are logged into a trusted network, such as on your corporate network. You could also allow new users who are not in a trusted location and not in a trusted network to authenticate with SMS or Voice tokencode since they do not have a SecurID token.


To accomplish this, create an additional rule set that includes a conditional rule that allows password access to users in a trusted location or using a trusted network and that requires additional authentication for those users who do not meet one of those conditions. In this case you’ll assign a low assurance level to the rule to allow these users to authenticate with SMS or Voice tokencode.


When you’ve finished creating your new policy, go to Platform > My Page, select the policy you created, click Save, and then Publish changes before testing to ensure your configuration achieves your goals.

Improved visibility into identity confidence scores, thresholds and categories

To help improve understanding of the identity confidence attribute scoring and behavior we have added new events (25001, 25002) to User Event Monitor Messages for the Cloud Authentication Service  that show the authentication event score, thresholds for high or low confidence and the relative scores for device, location and behavior categories.  Additional details can be found under “Reporting a User’s Identity Confidence Score,” here - Condition Attributes for Access Policies .


Find out what is coming with monthly product webinars

If you haven’t already done so – check out RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted  to register for monthly product webinars.   You can also find recordings of the April and May webinars for demos of features in our May and upcoming June releases.


Important: Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes

To align with Microsoft Azure Resource Manager deployment model changes, the Cloud Authentication Service and Cloud Administration Console IP addresses will be changing in August 2019. Your deployment must be able to connect to both new and old IP addresses in August 2019.


RSA recommends that you start planning with your organization now to make the necessary changes to connect to these new IP addresses. If you do not update your firewall rules with the new IP addresses, your identity routers will not be able to contact the Cloud Authentication Service and services will be disrupted. For details, see Notice of Upcoming Cloud Authentication Service IP Address Changes 


Release Notes

For further details on all the new and updated capabilities of the May release, please refer to the Release Notes here:  RSA SecurID® Access Release Notes: Cloud Authentication Service and RSA SecurID Authenticate App  


This enhancement makes RSA SecurID® Access and even more convenient, pervasive and intelligent solution for your authentication needs.

Do you want access to RSA SecurID Access Experts? Do you like access to new information before it becomes mainstream? Who doesn’t love fun, exciting and informative presentations? Well, you are in luck the RSA SecurID Access All Access Granted community is the place you want to be. I will provide you with five reasons why you should follow the community!

1. Access to RSA SecurID Access Experts
2. Exclusive access to RSA SecurID vision and product evolution
3. Each Presentation is full of energy and informative information
4. Meet and Great other SecurID Access Enthusiast
5. Participation is encouraged, and we look forward to hearing your voice


*** Make sure to sign up and attend the SecurID Access Product Roadmap session: Click here 

So what are you waiting for? Follow the RSA SecurID Access All Access Granted community today. 

Improved RSA Authenticate app security with email notifications

To help increase security, new or deleted RSA Authenticate apps, can trigger an email notification to the end user.  This enables end users to know if an impostor has tried to register or delete a device with their identity.  


Pagination for RADIUS Profiles in the Cloud Administration Console

Pagination now makes it easier to manage multiple RADIUS profiles. In the Cloud Administration Console, you can choose to display 10, 20, or 30 profiles associated with a client on the RADIUS Profiles page. Expand each profile to see details, dissociate, or delete the profile. Profiles disappear from the list when you dissociate or delete them. For instructions on configuring RADIUS profiles, see Configure a RADIUS Profile for the Cloud Authentication Service .


Register for our new Monthly Product Webinar!

Don’t forget to register for one of our upcoming product webinars - RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted 


For further details on all the new and updated capabilities of the April release, please refer to the Release Notes here:  

RSA SecurID® Access Release Notes: Cloud Authentication Service and RSA SecurID Authenticate App  


All of these enhancements make RSA SecurID Access and even more convenient, pervasive and intelligent solution for your authentication needs.

I am excited today to share the launch of the RSA SecurID® Access All Access Granted Community! What is the ' RSA SecurID Access All Access Granted' private space?  It is for RSA SecurID Access customers and partners to access exclusive RSA SecurID Access Information.  Please read the RSA SecurID Access: All Access Granted blog and watch the below introduction video for more information.




If you haven’t already done so, please access RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted to register for upcoming webinars and click follow in the upper right-hand corner, so you are notified when new content has been posted.

   We are happy to announce the launch of the RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted private space for RSA SecurID Access customers and partners.  The goal of the All Access Granted space is to allow customers and partners an inside look at:


  • Product strategy
  • Introduction to new product features
  • Review innovation concepts and demos
  • Product insights from RSA Experts


We understand that as identity administrators, you are on the forefront of managing identity and digital risk, and your time is important.  If you can’t make one of the scheduled monthly webinars we will also post a replay recording to this space following each webinar.  In addition to the monthly product webinars we will also be posting content from some of RSA’s many identity experts. 


If you haven’t already done so, please go to RSA SecurID Access:  All Access Granted  register for upcoming webinars and click follow in the upper right hand corner, so you are notified when new content has been posted. 


Our first product webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, 2019 @ 11:00 AM EST.  Don't miss it!  


This is not an April Fools’ Day joke – RSA Charge registration fees go up from $595 to $995 on April 2. Trust us, you will not want to miss this year’s Charge event. REGISTER TODAY!


RSA Charge 2019 will provide you a place to discover game-changing business-driven security solutions to meet today’s greatest business challenges. Attendees will explore best practices and have opportunities to problem-solve and discuss ideas for product and service innovation to increase productivity. From customer case studies to training as well as one-on-one consultations and motivating keynotes, this year’s conference has something for everyone!


RSA Charge 2019 will deliver a host of new content and exciting opportunities through:

Customer-led case studies and hands-on workshops to share trends and issues specific to your industry

Thought-provoking keynote presentations that provides insights on RSA’s products, solutions and customer successes

Partner Expo highlights solutions that are driving high-impact business benefits using RSA’s solutions

Unparalleled Networking invites you to exchange ideas with your peers and RSA experts and save – early bird rates are $595 and available through April 1, 2019, then the regular registration price kicks in at $995. The RSA Charge 2019 website should be your go-to destination for all ‘Charge’ information - Call for Speakers, Agendas at a Glance, Full Agendas and speakers, Keynotes, and so much more.


RSA Charge 2019 will be in Orlando from September 16-19, 2019 @ Walt Disney World Dolphin & Swan Hotel, Orlando. 


REGISTER before April 2, save $400 and check out the RSA Charge 2019 website for continual updates like the one below:


Just Added: Looking for pre-conference training? Due to RSA Charge starting on a Monday and being on the Disney grounds, RSA has decided not to offer any pre-conference training this year but instead offer a whole RSA University track dedicated to your favorite training topics at no extra cost. That’s right, no additional cost!


There will also be RSAU representatives, onsite to talk shop and answer any and all of your questions, just another reason to attend RSA Charge 2019. We look forward to seeing you all in Orlando.