In the Security & Control module of the Kore.ai Bots Admin Console, you can add or modify password policies, configure Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication for your domain users, and configure and install the Kore.ai Connector agent for Bot communications between Kore.ai and your on-premises applications using custom Kore.ai Bots.
The following illustration shows an example of the Password Policy page in the Security & Control module in the Bots Admin Console.
In This Module
The Security module is comprised of the following pages:
- Password Policy Page
On the Kore.ai Password Policy page in the Security & Control module of the Bots Admin Console, you can define and enable minimum password length, requirement for inclusion of special characters, and password expiration policies for Kore.ai account passwords used to log on Kore.ai when Single Sign-On is not used.
- Single Sign-On Page
On the Kore.ai Single Sign-On page, in the Security & Control module of the Bots Admin Console, you can configure SSO authentication for your Kore.ai users using either the Open ID Connect, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), or WS-Federation sign-on protocol. With SSO, your users can log on once, for example, to your company account, and when accessing their Kore.ai application, the same logon credentials can be used automatically by the system.
- Kore.ai Connector Page
On the Kore.ai Connector page, in the Security & Control module of the Bots Admin Console, you can download and configure the Kore.ai Connector Agent for Bots within your secure company intranet to provide secure communications between the Kore.ai Bots platform in the cloud and your network.
- Enterprise Key Page
On the Enterprise Key page in the Security & Control module of the Bots Admin Console, you can view, or regenerate your enterprise data encryption key.
To get started with security policies, you need to decide if you want to setup user password policies to log on to Kore.ai or enable users to access Kore.ai using SSO authentication. For more information, see Defining a Password Policy and Using Single Sign-On.