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Use this comprehensive guide to evaluate solutions for your enterprise
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
Essential Guide to SSOget the guide
Security Leader's Guide to SSOget the guide
Ultimate Guide to MFA