Top 8 Single Sign-On (SSO) Tools
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Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) stores the identities of our customers.
It is one of those costs where you can't really quantify a return on investment. In the grand scheme of things, if we didn't have it, we would probably have a lot more breaches. It would be a lot harder to detect issues because we would have people using static usernames and passwords for various sites, making us open to a lot more attacks. The amount of security and benefit that we get out of it is not quantifiable but the return of investment from a qualitative point of view is much higher than not having it.
It reduces the need for network administrator intervention by allowing the user to perform their own registration and resolve their own password problems and issues.
I like a couple of things about this solution. Being able to share passwords with other people is valuable. You can see if the information is out on the dark web and whether you have weak passwords and the last time they were changed. You could also have the 2FA or MFA codes embedded in the application so that you don't have to use your phone or any other 2FA device, which is something very important.
It is easy to use.
The most valuable feature for me is being able to pair applications and user permissions.
The valuable features are that it is extremely secure and that it's developer-friendly.
The most valuable feature is that it is simple to integrate, irrespective of your codebase.
The solution's ability to save and manage of all my passwords is great.
Ease of integration with AD.
The solution is easy to use for our managers.
Symantec Siteminder Is both scalable and stable.
The security provided is very enhanced and it does a great job of keeping passwords safe.
It is very safe and we haven't had any security issues.