Single Sign-on

Stop signing on and on and on

The convenience of being able to sign on just once and access many applications is a great reason to use single sign-on (SSO), but it’s not the only one. Single sign-on also means fewer access points, which means fewer points of vulnerability for cyber attackers to exploit.

Single Sign On

How SecurID Helps

Multifaceted capabilities

Multifaceted capabilities

SecurID enables you to improve identity security by combining SSO with other identity and access management capabilities. For example, you can use multi-factor authentication with SSO to require additional factors of authentication when the level of risk warrants it.

Risk-based authentication

Risk-based authentication

SecurID risk-based authentication works with SSO to enhance the user experience by having users step up to another factor only if the risk exceeds a level the organization has set (based on variables such as who is requesting access, to what and from where).

Governance-driven SSO

Governance-driven SSO

Policy-based access decisions, made possible by SecurID integration of SSO and identity governance, ensure that SSO operations are always consistent with the organization’s established access management policies.

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