2022-05-31T12:00:00Z

How do I secure my SaaS application?

Janet Staver - PeerSpot reviewer
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rtechenthusiast85 - PeerSpot reviewer
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rtechenthusiast85 - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 18, 2024
Single Sign-On is important for companies because it provides a secure and user-friendly authentication solution, streamlines access management, reduces support costs, and contributes to overall operational efficiency. Here are key reasons why SSO is important for businesses: Enhanced Security, Improved User Experience, Cost Savings, Centralized Identity Management, Flexibility and Scalability, Security Compliance Single Sign-On is important for companies as it addresses user authentication challenges, enhances security, improves user experience, and contributes to overall operational efficiency. It is a valuable component of modern identity and access management strategies.
NC
Jul 26, 2023
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I highly recommend Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) as an excellent single sign on platform. The features I like the most are the multi-factor authentication and authorization. Its single sign-on provides flexibility and helps because users don't want to remember so many passwords when logging in. Once you log in, you have access to all the applications. It also enables us to provide backend a...
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rtechenthusiast85 - PeerSpot reviewer
Nov 17, 2022
Users can easily log into accounts using Single Sign-On because they don't have to keep track of numerous distinct accounts and passwords. Additionally, it means that companies can be certain users who aren't using passwords that are simple to guess or are being used on several accounts.  The Best Single Sign-On Solutions Include: Duo Single Sign-On, Ping Identity, LoginRadius, Thales SafeNet Trusted Access, JumpCloud SSO, Okta Single Sign-On, OneLogin Secure Single Sign-On, RSA SecureID Secure, Auth Identity Platform.
Deena Nouril - PeerSpot reviewer
Dec 8, 2022
I highly recommend Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) as an excellent single sign on platform. The features I like the most are the multi-factor authentication and authorization. Its single sign-on provides flexibility and helps because users don't want to remember so many passwords when logging in. Once you log in, you have access to all the applications. It also enables us to provide backend access controls to our users, especially when it comes to groups. Another valuable feature is Identity and Access Management. As an IT admin, this feature allows me to manage access for users and groups. This product is easy to use and easy to manage. We are quite happy with the metrics and reports, as well as the logging of risks, such as attempts to sign in from different areas This is a scalable product. You can scale it to any number of users and any number of servers, and there is no issue. My advice for anybody who is considering Azure Active Directory is that if they are going to use other Microsoft services, like Office 365, then this is the perfect solution to implement. I’ve found tech phone support to be inconsistent, but I like the support documentation on the Azure AD web page; it’s really helpful. If there are any updates, then there’s a section for notes in the documentation that explains it. If someone’s using a different stack, like Google, and you choose a different cloud provider like Google or Amazon, (instead of Microsoft), I’d say it’s still good to use Azure Active Directory. The costs are relatively cheap compared to others.
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JT
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It was interesting not to see Okta on this list. Did it make a broader list, but not the top tools?   I have implemented Okta, and I have implemented a dual-headed Okta in the past with ease, so I was a little surprised. The other tool I use is Thycotic Secret Server for Admin passwords, though they are now part of a new company.  
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LoginRadius SSO is a single sign-on authentication that allows fast, secure access across multiple websites and apps via one single identity. Try it today.
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