Okta Workflows How-To: Iterate Over Rows in a Table

Okta Workflows is a no-code platform for automating identity processes.  This blog post is based on a question asked during office hours or the #okta-workflows channel in MacAdmins Slack: How to iterate over rows in a table? Getting started To iterate over rows in a table you need Find the rows (usually done with a search) Pass each row to a…

What Makes Okta a Best Workplace for Parents?

At Okta, we’ve always prioritized creating a dynamic working environment that supports employees throughout all phases of their lives - from family planning to elderly caregiving and everything in between. We have a people-first philosophy and offer a wide variety of benefits and work environments that enable employees with flexibility and choice…

Meet Okta for Good’s Next Nonprofit Technology Fellows

In 2019, Okta for Good launched our Nonprofit Technology Initiative—the foundation of a three-year commitment to invest $10 million out of the Okta for Good Fund. We launched the Nonprofit Technology Fellowship in 2021 as a program within the Nonprofit Technology Initiative. The goal of the fellowship is to empower a diverse collection of rising…

Okta Workflows How-To: Delete Multiple Table Rows

Okta Workflows is a no-code platform for automating identity processes.  This blog post is based on a question asked during office hours or the #okta-workflows channel in MacAdmins Slack: How to Delete Multiple Table Rows? Getting started A Workflows table provides fast-short-term storage for flows. Check out Workflows Tips #20: How to Manage…

Cybersecurity Advocate: Meet Rifaat Shekh-Yusef

Organizations today face increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyber threats. This work is bigger than any one entity; it forms part of a collaborative global initiative to make the internet a safer place. For Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’re going behind the scenes with some of Okta’s Cyber Security Advocates, a talented group of…

An Automated Approach to Convert Okta System Logs into Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF) Schema

This solution demonstrates the setup required to convert Okta System Log events into Apache Parquet files. Converted and OCFS-formatted Okta Syslog will be stored in an Amazon S3 bucket. Amazon Security Lake consumers will use OCSF logs from the S3 bucket for downstream analytical processes.  This post will show how you can convert Okta System Log…

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