The CyberArk Identity SDK for Android provides a high-performance framework to help you quickly and easily integrate CyberArk's Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) services within your mobile app. Using the CyberArk Identity SDK, you can incorporate a rich set of authentication factors, such as QR Code authentication and push authentication, to provide users with a seamless and secure end-user experience for your websites.
CyberArk Identity Android SDK also enables you to provide a rich and seamless authentication and authorization experience to the mobile app with strong biometric authentication. Enable native user registrations in the mobile app using the SDK for a secure user onboarding.
The SDK also enables the mobile apps to integrate MFA widgets for secondary or step-up authentication.
Make sure you have the following before you integrate the CyberArk Identity SDK
- Access to CyberArk Identity tenant
- Software requirements:
- Android Studio
- Kotlin Gradle plugin
- Android minimum SDK version 24 and above
This guide provides resources for integrating the CyberArk Identity Android SDK. The instructions help you leverage CyberArk's MFA platform.
Build your app using OIDC protocol:
Build your app using CyberArk Identity widgets:
- Add authentication and authorization along with registration using widgets
- Step-up authentication using the MFA widget
Add QR code authenticator and mobile push authenticator to your app:
- Enroll Android device with CyberArk Identity using SDK
- Add QR code authenticator
- Add mobile push authenticator
Add native registration using APIs to your app:
Add biometric authentication to your app:
Add logout functionality to your app:
Updated about 2 months ago