Relying on passwords for user authentication is risky business. Stolen credentials are the number one cause of data breaches, according to the 2018 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.
Single sign-on (SSO) replaces multiple usernames and passwords with one set of corporate credentials to access resources securely. By minimizing password sprawl, SSO decreases the risk of a security breach.
But not all SSO solutions are created equal. And sacrificing worker productivity and efficiency for a highly secure, but hard to use and administer solution is not an option.
Read on to gain a deeper understanding of:
what your users expect from an SSO solution
how workforce SSO supports your IT and business objectives
the questions to ask as you evaluate solutions for your enterprise