Work smarter with self-service and automation
With the self-service features in Smart ID, users can do simple tasks themselves, for example order a smart card, request a virtual smart card for mobile phone or desktop and upload a photo. Smart ID Self-Service helps the users to be in control and minimizes administrative work in your organization.
The Smart ID Workforce modules solutions offer best-practice processes for typical use cases and lifecycle management of identities and certificates. The processes include automated steps, for example to check validity of certificates, lock cards when users leave, send notification emails and trigger events in related systems.
Ensure secure issuing with approval steps
The standard processes in the Smart ID Workforce modules solutions can optionally include approval steps, which allow segregation of duties, letting administrators do the main tasks while making sure that requests are approved by authorized managers.
Allow traceability and auditability
Smart ID Identity Manager has a number of features to fulfill any requirements for reliability, traceability and auditability:
- The Identity Manager workflow engine logs every step in the executed process.
- An object history is created for all objects, such as persons, cards or certificates, that are created in Identity Manager. Changes are tracked with, for example, timestamp, IP address, username and reason for the change. All entries in the object history are digitally signed. See also Chained signature for object history in Identity Manager.
- All runtime data stored in the Identity Manager database can be displayed and exported in different formats, and the search function is flexible and configurable. See also Set up data export to external data source from Identity Manager.
Integrate with standard systems
Smart ID Identity Manager comes with integration capabilities to many common related systems, such as Active Directory or HR systems, certificate authorities (CAs), physical access control systems (PACS), databases, and so on. For more information, see Identity Manager integrations.
Integrates with Active Directory and other corporate directories via LDAP v3
Integrates with certificate authorities, such as Smart ID Certificate Manager, Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services (ADCS) D-Trust, EJBCA, DFN, and QuoVadis
Integrates with common physical access control systems (PACS), including Assa Arx, Bravida Integra, Evva Salto, KABA, Lenel OnGuard, and Stanley SSM
Supports common smart card middleware, including Nexus Personal Desktop Client and other third party vendors
Supports integration with third party systems via JDBC, CSV, and SCIM
Language support includes English, French, German, and Swedish
Local card printing and RFID encoding supporting, for example, Mifare DESfire, Legic and EM.
For more information, see Identity Manager requirements and interoperability.