Use case Description

Adding multi-factor authentication to secure apps (PingID with PingAccess)

Learn how to synchronize a session for your web applications between PingFederate and PingAccess through PingID.

Configuring offline MFA with PingID

Learn how to configure offline MFA with PingID to use when the PingID infrastructure is unavailable due to a network outage or similar issue.

Configuring PingFederate for MFA-only VPN

Learn how to configurePingFederate for MFA-only VPN.

Configuring PingOne for Amazon Alexa account linking

Learn how to configure PingOne for Amazon Alexa account linking.

Integrating MFA with SSO (PingID with PingFederate)

Establish a quick connection between PingFederate and PingID.

Securing your VPN with MFA through PingID

To enable PingID for VPN, use PingFederate Bridge and the PingOne for Enterprise admin portal. This secures your VPN with multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Setting up multi-factor authentication with Ping Identity products

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is used to ensure that digital users are who they say they are by requiring that they provide at least two pieces of evidence to prove their identity. Each piece of evidence must come from a different category: something they know, something they have, or something they are. Ping Identity provides a number of products and methods for configuring MFA.

Using SAML and token exchange to federate into AWS through the AWS Command Line Interface

This use case shows you how to use PingFederate to issue a token to Amazon Web Services (AWS) to authenticate an end-user for API access.