G-Trust: FIP is a standards based Federated Identity Platform. G-Trust FIP provides a cost effective solution that enables you to deliver federated identity and associated services, quickly and easily. Our robust, templated platform, built on industry standards (including SAML 1.1, SAML 2.0, and WS-Federation 1.0), is simply tailored to your environment by our team of experts, allowing you to focus on your core business, safe in the knowledge that your applications/services and those who access them are secure.
FIP consists of two core servers:
- G-Trust Authentication Server – providing single sign on capabilities and security management
- G-Trust Access Rights Server – providing a flexible administration and control services. Granting users access to networks, applications, databases under policy based control
Previously, organizations were forced to implement proprietary solutions for exchanging identity information with partners. With SAML 2.0, organizations can easily interoperate with a variety of business applications and partners using a standards-based solution, thereby enabling faster integration and communication with business partner infrastructure.
- Intuitive user interface and powerful management console, enabling simplified administration of federation relationships
- Quick setup tools, a wizard-based approach, bulk federation, policy cloning, and other automated capabilities to accelerate deployment times
- Fully-functional, out-of-the-box federation test environment for prototyping, proof-of-concept, and interoperability testing between partner locations
- Increased revenue opportunities through greater collaboration with business partners
- Strengthened compliance through greater visibility and tracking of end-user activity
- Reduced costs associated with administration of multiple identities for the end-user
- Lowered integration costs through the use of industry standards
- Improved online end-user experience through single sign-on to partner sites
- Increased ROI by leveraging existing data and policies (for instance, users, attributes and authorization policies)
- Greater market reach and competitive advantage by offering more and varied online services
What can you do with identity federation?
- Give users one login across multiple web properties.
- Pass authenticated users to partner applications, securely.
- Automatically provision users who are already authenticated with a trusted partner.
- Give an enterprise portal access to external web applications.