Self-Registration

Getting users enrolled quickly and painlesslly is often a huge priority, and in many cases, self-asserted data is enough. For these situations, the Cirrus Identity Self-Registration add-on fits the bill.

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It Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated

The Cirrus Identity self-registration option is an add-on service for situations that do not require an enterprise sponsor or the bootstrapping of a user account from a known enterprise identifier.

Self-Registration is a convenient option in cases where users are registering and paying for a service, and the payment process provides some level of trust. Self-Registraion can also be combined with the Cirrus Identity Invitation or Account Linking serivices to link the user account to an enterprise identifier and/or sponsor.

For Situations Where Their Word is Enough

There are times where a Customer is just looking for a persistent relationship with the End User but for various reasons, wants the burden of setting up that relationship to be as low as possible. That may be driven by marketing reasons, the fact the application is low risk, or that later processes will further validate the End User. The Self-Registration add-on extends the Cirrus Identity Account Linking or Invitation Service subscriptions to meet this need.

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How We Work

The Self-Registration add-On extends either the Account Linking Service or Invitation Service with a static landing page for End Users to start the registration process. The solution provides options to register with a social login provider supported by the Cirrus Identity Gateway and, if the customer is using the Cirrus Identity External Identity Provider, custom external accounts as well. The add-on also extends the claim process shared by the Invitation Service and Account Linking to ensure there is a complete set of registration data at the end of the claim process.

  • The Self-Registration add-on provides a unified interface for end users to choose from enterprise, custom, social, or federated identity providers (on left) to access enterprise applications (on the right)

  • Capable of integrating with organization Systems-of-Record and/or enterprise identity management systems

  • The End User registrations can be used for application access control for multiple systems
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