What is Single Sign On?
With Single Sign On (SSO), users log in to one single central system and gain access to various apps without performing any further authentication. Besides usability advantages, SSO improves security by narrowing the attack surface and enabling strong authentication.
Eliminate IT Helpdesk Burden with SSO Portal
Users accessing their account in SSO portal after MFA authentication can view and access to all applications easily and update their app passwords without getting in touch with an IT Helpdesk Staff. Statistics shows that login-related help desk calls reduce significantly by 75% when self-service password reset functionality is provided.
SECURIFY SSO FEATURES
Support for Federation Protocols
Securify supports SAML 2.0 and OpenID Connect protocols which are natively supported in most apps. This means thousands of apps can easily be integrated with Securify.
Password Vaulting and Form-Based Authentication
For web apps that does not support Federation Protocols, Securify provides a Password Manager extension which stores all site passwords securely and fills in credentials automatically. Your users only need to memorize at most one SSO password.
Securify supports OAuth2.0 protocol. By this way, API based access control is possible.
You could even totally eliminate passwords with Passwordless Authentication by enabling Biometrics factor for the MFA. With Securify SSO, Passwordless Password Manager is not an oxymoron anymore.
Securify could delegate authentication to a third-party directory such as LDAP. As a result, users can login with their existing directory passwords to Securify SSO.
In some apps like Twitter, for corporate usage, the credentials should be shared by more than one user which has security implications. Securify can solve this problem by managing user credentials centrally and sharing them among authorized users. So, all these users can have seamless access without ever needing to know the credentials.
Securify SSO Supports Various Authentication Flows
First primary authentication, Second MFA is performed
First MFA, Second primary authentication is performed
Only MFA is performed