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CA Riskminder stand alone

Question asked by anand3g on Mar 4, 2015
Latest reply on Mar 16, 2015 by tiwna01



I've implemented a use case where CA Authminder and Riskminder combine with CA Siteminder to provide a two factor and risk based authentication workflow to applications protected by CA Siteminder.


However, I was wondering if it is possible to have a stand alone CA Riskminder acting as a risk engine and using the Authentication flow manager to go through risk based authentication for an application that isn't integrated with CA Siteminder?


I just have a stand alone application that uses a database table as a user store, how do I plug in the risk component into this? Do I have to use web services or is there a more out of the box solution available? I went through the risk minder documentation, but wasn't clear on how the app's authentication mechanism would interface with RM.