CA SSO Primary Use Case

umairakhlaque78
Sr. Manager at Duroob
Customer was looking for initially an automated self user registration through a secure channel. Apparently it looks like a very easy going requirements but if you look in the detail they want to authenticate before registration process. A user came to create an Identity and customer wants to authenticate and securly takes the same data. Another issue was localization and reporting View full review »
DesignEn0ad8
Design Engineer 5 at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It is basically for authenticating the users, whether it be privileged users or employees. Thus, we use that single sign-on (SSO) as an authentication mechanism. View full review »
Software4a0d
Software Engineering Consultant at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We use Single Sign On to provide, of course, single sign-on to a variety of web applications. We use it to federate identity for remote web applications as well. It's performed well. We're on an older version, so there's the occasional stability issue, but overall, that's what you're going to see in any enterprise environment. View full review »
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Manager1496
Manager with 10,001+ employees
It is our authentication system for access to online and mobile banking. Its performance has been good. It works well for us. View full review »
JosephLaVigne
Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
We use single sign-on to provide a single login page for all of our client apps across the organization and it performs wonderfully. We almost never have outages nor see slowdowns, not from our stuff anyway. View full review »
Anil Gaddi
Security Architect at Raymond James Financial, Inc.
Primary use case is for authentication in Single Sign-On, that's the biggest that we have. But we use it for our internal employees. It has performed well. We had some hiccups, but that's all. We had some challenges through modernizing everything over the last two years. Now we are pretty good. We don't see any production challenges. I don't think we have had an incident for a year now. View full review »
Maurice Shorrosh
Technology Director at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Primary case is to authenticate users and use banking online. It is performing well. View full review »
Aseem Poudel
Senior Software Analyst at NRG Energy
We use it for authentication and authorization for our website. We have multiple external and internal websites that we host, so we are using SSO for authenticating and authorizing for all those websites. It has performed quite well. We have been using it more than 10 years now. View full review »
Amlan Sahoo
Systems-Engineer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Our primary use is for client demo on authentication/authorization, federation, and ease of use. View full review »
Syed Aamer
IT Security Consultant at NIC KSA
The client has a biometric identification module. We integrated that with the CA Single Sign On for new user registration, and it works perfectly fine for us. View full review »
SiteMindc700
Site Minder Admin at a construction company with 501-1,000 employees
What we're doing with Single Sign-On, we're providing security to different applications, like protecting the URLs. The other thing is, we're using SAML. With SAML we are connecting to the external vendor, external partner, and providing the customer a single sign-on to at the second domain. View full review »
Rachid El Baraka
Systems Engineer at navyfederal
Our customers use it to log on to our site. It has performed very well, so far. View full review »
Directorc0bd
Director at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Validation of people's logins when they log in to their PCs. Everybody, when you turn on your PC, you go SiteMinder to login. Security. It has performed very well, it does what we need it to do, it's reliable, and it doesn't impose any overhead on the user or on the platform. View full review »
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