Want to Implement Unified Rights Management but It's Difficult and Costly to Do It In-House?
Difficulty in application integration
Incomplete system development
Complex development logic
Untimely account recovery
Centrally Manage Resource Permissions with Authing
Reduce Development and Operations Workload
step 1
Fast integration to Authing for unified rights management
With Authing, organisations can easily integrate multiple disparate applications into a unified backend, split functionality into resources, and centrally control resources under each application.
step 2
Customising resources, operations and roles
Authing supports enterprises to create APIs, menus and other resources according to their needs, define the corresponding resource operations, and the roles of the subjects that are granted permissions.
step 3
Easily Implement Granular Authorization Policies by Assigning Resources and Operations to Roles
Role-based access control
  • What is RBAC
  • RBAC refers to the granting of privileges to users through their Role.Enterprises only need to assign roles to members to grant them the permissions under the roles.
  • Scenario: Small and Medium- sized Enterprises
  • Your organisation is a small to medium-sized business with few external users, and you need to quickly establish a clear and scalable permission management structure.
Attribute-based access control
  • What is ABAC?
  • ABAC stands for making authorization decisions about resource access by applying "attributes" to dynamically assess whether an operation is allowed.
  • Scenario: Large Organisation
  • In a large enterprise with frequent employee turnover, you need to ensure data security compliance and fine-grained permissions.
step 4
Automate processes to reduce manual inefficiencies
By integrating permission policies with Authing's identity automation, changes in employee or organizational structure can automatically initiate permission management, reducing costs and data leakage risks.
step 5
Generate permission views with one click
Authing provides a visual, global view of permissions by user, showing the user's resource permissions and associated policies under different applications for easy auditing after the fact.
Support Enterprises to Implement API Authentication for Ensuring the Security of Service Calls
In API authentication scenarios between different systems
Authing provides two authentication modes to ensure the reasonableness and security of API resource invocation
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M2M Authentication
You want to partially open up your business APIs to others, and for inter-application authorisation with no user involvement, you can use Authing's M2M (Machine to Machine) capabilities for authentication, confirming who the visitor is and what interfaces they have access to.
API Authentication
When your API service needs to be requested through user participation, it can be combined with Authing's permission management function and API gateway to unify the interception and authentication of user requested APIs and deny access when risks arise. The overall docking cost is low, and the business system is imperceptible.