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Informatica Domain Security

Informatica Domain Security

This section describes security enhancements to the Informatica domain.

Authentication

You can run Informatica with Kerberos authentication and Microsoft Active Directory (AD) directory service. Kerberos authentication provides single sign-on capability to Informatica domain client applications. The Informatica domain supports Active Directory 2008 R2.

Two-Factor Authentication (TFA)

Informatica clients can run on a Windows network that uses two-factor authentication.

Encryption Key

You can specify a keyword to generate a unique encryption key for encrypting sensitive data such as passwords that are stored in the domain.

Workflow Security

You can configure the PowerCenter Integration Service to run PowerCenter workflows securely. The
Enable Data Encryption
option enables secure communication between the PowerCenter Integration Service and the Data Transformation Manager (DTM) process and between DTM processes.

Administrator Group

The Informatica domain includes an Administrator group with default administrator privileges. You can add users to or remove users from the Administrator group. You cannot delete the Administrator group.

Administrator Account Lockout

When you configure account lockout in the Administrator tool, you can enforce account lockout for administrator user accounts. The
Admin Account Lockout
option enables lockout for administrator user accounts. When you enable the
Account Lockout
option, you can also enable the
Admin Account Lockout
option.

Connection to Secure Relational Databases

You can use the Informatica relational database drivers to connect to a secure Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, or IBM DB2 database. You can create repositories, sources, and targets on databases secured with SSL certificates.

Audit Reports

In the Administrator tool, you can generate audit reports to get information on users and groups in the Informatica domain. For example, you can get information about a user account, such as the privileges and permissions assigned to the user and the groups associated with the user.

Analyst Service Privileges

The following table describes new privileges for the Analyst Service:
Privilege
Description
Manage Glossaries
User is able to manage business glossaries.
Workspace Access
User is able to access the following workspaces in the Analyst tool:
  • Design
    workspace.
  • Discovery
    workspace.
  • Glossary
    workspace.
  • Scorecards
    workspace.
Design Workspace
User is able to access the
Design
workspace.
Discovery Workspace
User is able to access the
Discovery
workspace.
Glossary Workspace
User is able to access the
Glossary
workspace.
Scorecards Workspace
User is able to access the
Scorecards
workspace.

Model Repository Service Privileges

The following table describes new privileges for the Model Repository Service:
Privilege
Description
Access Analyst
User is able to access the Model repository from the Analyst tool.
Access Developer
User is able to access the Model repository from the Developer tool.
For more information, see the
Informatica 9.6.0 Security Guide
.


Updated May 28, 2019