We're exited to announce that XFA Connect now supports SAMLv2, or Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0, in an ongoing effort to support as many authentication standard and protocols as possible, with the mission to make it possible to secure any application and making sure that only secure devices have access.
What is XFA Connect?
XFA Connect is the specialized tier of the XFA product designed to assess the security posture of devices as part of the authentication with your organization's applications.
This feature empowers you to discover all devices used in your organization and ensure that the devices interacting with your systems meet your organization's stringent security standards, wether the devices were previously known or not.
What's New: SAMLv2 Integration
In response to the need to secure many SaaS services commonly used in an organization, XFA Connect now extends its capabilities to seamlessly and transparently support the SAMLv2, or Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0, authentication protocol for both the requesting application and the identity provider without making any change to the specific authentication request or content.
SAMLv2, or Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0, is one of the most common used standards for providing identity from an identity provider such as Google, Microsoft, Okta, for services such as GitHub, Slack, Jira, Notion, Salesforce, ... and so many more.
How to get started?
For detailed insights into integrating with these specific applications, please refer to our comprehensive integration guides.
Should you have any queries or require assistance, our dedicated support team stands ready to assist you.
We look forward to bringing you many more updates in the future!