Single Sign-On integrations, AWS Key Management Service (KMS), and API are available with Enterprise subscription.

Single Sign-On

iDeals offers SAML 2.0 integration with the following major solution providers in the identity management segment:

  • Okta

  • Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)

  • OneLogin

  • Ping Identity

  • Azure AD

How does it work?

Data room administrators invite users to their project. From there, users from your Identity Provider directory can access the iDeals web application by following the smart links received via email without further registration.

A smart link is a customized link that enables transparent access after successful authentication with an identity provider.

If your business scenario is targeted for corporate employees, external users can still register and authenticate through the iDeals SSO.

Please contact your manager at iDeals for further instructions on how to set up the SSO integration of your choice.


Key Management Service (KMS) - Amazon Web Services (AWS)

KMS service allows to automatically apply an additional encryption key to all data you upload to the project.

How does it work?

The key is stored at the third-party server (AWS) and is completely managed by the AWS console administrator: users only have access to encrypted data if the key is active.

AWS KMS can be enabled on a project level. The same key may be used for several data rooms.

To implement this security option, you should create the key(s) in your AWS console and request the feature activation in the target data rooms.

Please contact your manager at iDeals for further instructions.


iDeals API

Please contact your account manager to discuss the API capabilities for your use case.


In case you're looking for other integrations, please contact your dedicated account manager to check the possibility and cost of the required integration. If you're not sure who your manager at iDeals is, please email to support@idealsvdr.com.

An additional fee may be applicable according to your contract terms.

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