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SSO & Passwords Control Solutions
With different vendors implementing and inventing new software is applications to enable different kinds of organisations, the complexity of managing these applications access with a username and password is throwing a huge challenge to the information technologists.
SSO – single sign-on means accessing these applications using a single username and one password only which opens up all the applications for that particular user.in this way the user does not need to remember the multiple passwords in order for him or her to access the application and this provides a centralised single sign-on password management solution according to the customers requirements and needs.
Nbiz provides you the best soulution for single singon applications according to your organization evnvironment.We Nbiz have the best solution for Single signon which are developed and integrated to your exist environment.
Below are the few products where we nbiz provides the best SSO solutions once you engage our services.
- IPSwitch File Transfer Solutions
- IN-House developed Application and integration of exists LDAP servers for SSO
- Implementation and configuration of Single signon applications
From improved security to increased customer engagement, secure single sign-on is a smart choice
Here are five reasons that your organization should seriously consider moving to secure single sign-on (SSO)–and why you should urge your application vendors to move to a secure, standardsbased
1. Enhance customer engagement
2. Answer BYOD and mobile access demands
3. Lower costs
4. Improve security
5. Increase productivity
Single Sign-On Variants
The following are methods for achieving single sign-on which are widely used but clearly are not secure. Use of some of these authentication methods can disastrously impact the security of an entire enterprise.
• Saving a password on the system by checking “Save to this Computer” when available in the application’s authentication dialog box.
• Using session cookies. For example, when visiting Google mail, where
a session is good for two weeks with the password you presently use.
• Using a “screen scraper” – a type of software that captures the window information for an application’s authentication dialog box and stores the password in a database for when the dialog box opens in the future.
Using third-party directories and data stores that offer SSO but are proprietary and have a proprietary hash. Third-party directories use a master password that allows access to other passwords, but they make it hard to leverage SSO for applications other than theirs. This is because they are a closed system — they own and manage the passwords for other systems and don’t make them available for use somewhere else. There is no programmatic way to access these passwords.