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IBM Security Ideas Portal

Shape the future of IBM Security

We invite you to shape the future of IBM, including the product roadmap, by submitting enhancement ideas that matter to you the most.

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Start by posting ideas and requests to enhance a product or service. Take a look at ideas others have posted and vote for them if they matter to you,

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  3. Get feedback from the IBM team to refine your idea

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The IBM team may need your help to refine the ideas so they may ask for more information or feedback. The offering manager team will then decide if they can begin working on your idea. If they can start during the next development cycle, they will put the idea on the priority list. Each team at IBM works on a different schedule, where some ideas can be implemented right away, others may be placed on a different schedule.

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Make it possible to change grant type for OpenID Connect and API Protection after creation.

It is not possible to change grant types for existing OpenID Connect and API Protection definition. It leads to problems if new grant type have to be introduced for whole set of applications integrated using OpenID Connect and API Protection funct...
about 1 month ago in Verify Access 0 Future consideration

Adding System Event log

We have notice in ISAM there is no system event log like which user is creating junction or changing any configuration . Recently we have observed after enbaling the LDAP debug log and Access log of LMI junction deleted from webseal proxy, we were...
19 days ago in Verify Access 0 Under review

Implement personalized SSH Key-Based Authentication to login into VA

The security concept of the customer makes it mandatory that SSH logins MUST not be done using username/passwort combinations and that logins MUST be done personalized, no shared Accounts allowed. Because the IBM Security Verify Access virtual app...
8 months ago in Verify Access 0 Future consideration

SAML 2.0 federation metadata endpoint support

We would like to know if ISVA could support SAML 2.0 federation metadata endpoints as described in the following documentation: see chapter 4 (Metadata Publication and Resolution)
5 months ago in Verify Access 1 Not under consideration

Allow editing and creating new dynamic clients from admin REST API

Currently the admin/LMI REST API can be used to list, query, and delete dynamic clients at the endpoint /iam/access/v8/dynamic_clients. It would be valuable to be able to update/modify and create new clients from this API.
30 days ago in Verify Access 0 Under review

Container JSON log output should have a consistent time field among all container types

Each container seems to have a different way of logging time in the JSON output. For example, runtime and dsc have instant.epochSecond which contains the time in epoch. The config and runtime use ibm_datetime. The container types should all be con...
about 1 month ago in Verify Access 0 Future consideration

Allow disabling of TCP timestamp responses on ISVA

Currently there is no feature to disable TCP timestamp responses on ISVA. As TCP timestamp response can be used to approximate the remote host's uptime, potentially aiding in further malicious attacks. Thus it would be good to have the option to d...
about 1 month ago in Verify Access 1 Future consideration

SCIM integration with multiple Domain

Currently in ISVA v10.0.3.1 and above we have only one domain integration for the SCIM, under AAC > SCIM Configuration > Verify Access Users > Verify Access Domain: We need to have multiple integration like the AAC client under open-ID AP...
about 1 month ago in Verify Access 0 Under review

Add support for OIDC Session Management

See the official OIDC spec:
4 months ago in Verify Access 0 Future consideration

ldapUser.getNativeGroups() in class UserLookupHelper behavior

View TS009120379 Implement the behavior like explained in the current doc which is not the case and not correct following L3 even if it seems logic to have the same behavior as in pdadmin The configuration for the ldap client can be sourced from 3...
6 months ago in Verify Access 0 Future consideration