Enable MFA SSO with Oracle EBS
Multi-factor Authentication – MFA can be enabled for Oracle e-Business Suite – EBS Authentication. A typical multi-factor authentication is using the SSO password and a token such as RSA token, in this case token acts as a second factor, and this is also known as a two factor authentication. SSOGen would enforce multi-factor authentication by talking to both LDAP Server and Token Validation Server. Oracle EBS would be configured to talk to SSOGen. When a user logs in to EBS, user is redirected to SSOGen, which enforces both password and token validations, and the user is sent back to Oracle EBS Home Page, upon a successful login.
SSOGEN is compatible with hardware tokens such as RSA Tokens, and soft tokens such as Duo. However, these options would be expensive for the customers. SSOGEN offers a free soft token with an app on smart phones(both iOS and Android). Multi-factor Authentication – MFA is free with SSOGEN.
Oracle APPS 11i, R12, and R12.2
Multi-Factor Authentication can be enabled for Oracle EBS – Oracle APPS 11i, R12, and R12.2. Oracle EBS integrations such as OBIEE, Hyperion/EPM Suite, ADF Applications, WebCenter, Agile would also be seamlessly SSO Integrated with MFA.
Peoplesoft, Siebel, and JD Edwards
Other Oracle Products such as Peoplesoft, Siebel, and JD Edwards can be SSO enabled with Multi-Factor Authentication through SSOgen Gateway
OAM and OID are not necessary
With SSOGEN Gateway Solution, Oracle Access Manager – OAM and Oracle Internet Directory – OID are not required for Multi-Factor Authentication and Oracle Integrations.
How to enable SSO in Oracle EBS?
Please read more about Oracle EBS SSO Integration the following link.