Enforce Zero Trust Security Policies for Public Applications integrated with OneLogin

  • Updated on Jul 18, 2023

This article describes features that are only available in the Banyan Enterprise edition and Banyan Unlimited edition.

This section describes how to enforce Banyan’s zero trust security policies for public applications integrated with OneLogin. If you’re looking to configure Banyan so your end-users can use OneLogin SSO to authenticate with Banyan, go to the section on configuring your OneLogin IDP to manage your directory of users.

As described in the overview on securing public applications with Banyan, Banyan offers two techniques to provide zero-trust security for SaaS applications - IP Allowlisting and Authentication Federation. These techniques can be applied at your Identity Provider (IDP) or at the SaaS Application itself.

The follow article provide step-by-step directions to configure your OneLogin IDP to enforce zero-trust security policies via Banyan: