Recently I've been doing some research to secure our corporate vpn access with RSA SecureID or something equivalent. In my discussions with RSA, it seems they have a token-less risked based authentication engine that does not require users to carry around the RSA tokens. RSA is claiming that currently Palo Alto does not support this, however the documentation stating such in their solutions gallery is almost 3 years old. Does anyone have any experience with implementing RSA with Palo Alto, and in particular, their risked based authentication option? I know Palo Alto supports Radius, which WILL allow the token option to work. With Palo Alto's feature set, i'd be very surprised if this was not possible. We're currently running a Palo Alto 3020. Thanks.
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