Enterprise Single Sign-On (SSO) News
June 05, 2014
Despite the popularity of SAML, the mobile and cloud benefits of OpenID Connect may spur adoption as an enterprise authentication platform.
September 30, 2008
Sun integrates access management, federation and secure Web services in its new OpenSSO Enterprise
June 26, 2008
Mid-sized enterprises lack the money and expertise to implement identity management for Web-based services. Startup Symplified is banking on the software-as-a-service (SaaS) model as a solution.
April 02, 2008
Kerberos is a dominant authentication protocol, embedded in Windows, Solaris and multiple Linux flavors. But with new threats and new technology, an upgrade is in order.
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Single-factor authentication (SFA) is the traditional security process that requires a user name and password before granting access to the user. Continue Reading
The knowledge factor, in a security context, is a category of authentication credentials consisting of information that the user possesses, such as a personal identification number (PIN), a user name, a password or the answer to a secret question. Continue Reading
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Identity management technology is adapting to meet enterprise needs. Learn what products can improve security and ease compliance. Continue Reading
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Integrating physical and IT security can reap considerable benefits for an organization, including enhanced efficiency and compliance plus improved security. But convergence isn't easy. Challenges include bringing the physical and IT security teams ... Continue Reading
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xFA can add multifactor security to any web service with a few lines of code. We tested xFA on a small network in August 2014. It has...Continue Reading
The VIP manager doesn't authenticate through AD or LDAP, but overall customer satisfaction has increased.Powered by IT Central Station
Valuable Features: Ease of integration End user acceptance • Improvements to My Organization: After the initial integration, the overall...Continue Reading
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Valuable Features: The self service token deployment combined with administrative rolls gives you a lot of flexibility as a Managed SP. •...Continue Reading
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Single sign-on (SSO) has a complicated history filled with frustration and failure. Look at it just from a protocol point of view: OpenID, Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML), OAUTH, YAML, Shibboleth and so on. Of course some enterprises took ... Continue Reading
After a failed SSO implementation, is there any benefit to an enterprise trying again? Expert Michele Chubirka discusses. Continue Reading
Expert Randall Gamby details key strategies for SaaS access management and contemporary single sign-on technology that's truly interoperable. Continue Reading
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Network security expert Brad Casey advises how to mitigate the vulnerability in SSO product Atlassian Crowd until an upgrade can be performed. Continue Reading
Expert Randall Gamby discusses various types of single sign-on, specifically the approaches of Ping Identity's SSO and Symplified SSO. Continue Reading
The new NSTIC identity proposal would have identity brokers handling enterprise merchant customer authentication. But can it work? Continue Reading