Authentication: Push


One of my goals before the end of the year is to protect my online accounts with multi-factor authentication. I've been protecting many of my identities with TOTP. TOTP is a great way to add multi-factor authentication to our identity.  It adds the "something I have" to the "something I know". However, I'm now running... Continue Reading →

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Citrix Workspace Authentication: Okta


None of us likes starting over. So if we don't have to, why would we? Unfortunately, with technology, many of us are forced to to follow a single path. That single path often requires us to start over. But this is one of the interesting things about Citrix Workspace and the user's primary identity... Don't... Continue Reading →

Citrix Workspace Authentication: Citrix Gateway


One of the challenges with using cloud services is getting the same experience you had in an on-premises deployment. For the past 20+ years, many Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop deployments utilized a Citrix Gateway to provide an ICA proxy through the firewall. For external users, Gateway also authenticated those users. Over the years, admins... Continue Reading →

Authentication: TOTP


Let's make one thing perfectly clear... TOTP ≠ OTP OTP = One-Time Password TOTP = Time-based One-Time Password As discussed in the Two-Step Verification post, OTP sends the one-time password to the user's mobile phone via SMS or to the user's email address. TOTP, on the other hand, uses a local app on the mobile... Continue Reading →

Access Control for StoreFront – Demo


I recently talked about how you can add SaaS and web applications to an on-premises StoreFront deployment.  The integration goes beyond simply publishing links to the SaaS and web apps.  The integration utilizes the Citrix Access Control service, providing SSO to SaaS No more passwords. No more access after employees have left the company. Enhanced... Continue Reading →

SaaS and Web Apps in StoreFront


In a Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops deployment, many organizations use StoreFront to provide access to Windows and Linux applications and desktops.  A lesser know feature, published content, can let StoreFront publish links to SaaS and web applications in an attempt to bring all resources together into a single view. (I see the differences between... Continue Reading →

Authentication: PIN


1, 2, 3, 4, 5 That's the kind of thing an idiot would have on his luggage Let's take a look at PIN-based authentication. Isn't a PIN just like a password? Yes: A PIN is like a password in that a PIN is something you know No: A PIN is not like a password in... Continue Reading →

Authentication: Two-Step Verification


So far, I've realized the following I have way too many identities Password complexity rules are implemented incorrectly Multi-factor authentication will provide additional authentication security So let's look at one of the most basic forms of MFA. Unfortunately, I've seen this take on many names: Two-Step Verification Two-Step Authentication One-Time Password After providing your username... Continue Reading →

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