CA SSO vs Keeper

CA SSO is ranked 1st in Single Sign-On (SSO) with 37 reviews vs Keeper which is ranked 2nd in Single Sign-On (SSO) with 17 reviews. The top reviewer of CA SSO writes "The flexibility helped us meet the requirements of our customer". The top reviewer of Keeper writes "We can verify the security level and have the system randomly assign and store passwords". CA SSO is most compared with Okta, IBM Tivoli Access Manager and ManageEngine Password Manager Pro. Keeper is most compared with Dashlane, LastPass Enterprise and CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault. See our CA SSO vs Keeper report.
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Pros
It has considerably reduced the amount of time that new users would take to join into the organization. Previously, it was a lengthy, manual process because it's a very secure environment, where they need to verify the user before they can actually grant him a user-ID and password. Integrating with the built-in custom application, and exposing CA Single Sign On to the internet, we were able to get the employees onboard. The time that we gained was: previously it would generally take from four to eight weeks for each employee, we brought it to one to two days.The most valuable feature is the Federation part of Single Sign On, which is customizable and is easily integrated with any customer application or any third party application.Federation is valuable, for sure, because we have a lot of third-party vendors that we need to integrate with, and this is a turnkey solution in some ways.The Directory is secure. It's our user store, and it's important to keep our members safe. The product does well with that.If you look at our organization, and really all financial institutions, we have a lot of legacy apps. So it really helps to get Single Sign-On.Ease of use is very good, for administrating it. It's very well known.It has the ability to authenticate and authorize users. It is the main feature for our security.It is very scalable. We have a very large customer base: 75 million customers.

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Password sharing and SSO. These features almost become a necessity to make sure that company data is safe and reduce the possibility of data breach.Can create folders for specific types of information (i.e., work, personal, and school).We can access our sign-ins and passwords on up to five devices per user. This means I can access a given site and my login and password for that site from my home and office computers as well as my phone and iPad.Available for Windows platforms and also Mac OS and Linux systems.Enables IT department to force very complex passwords for certain users.Possibility to login using the fingerprint sensor on Android/iPhone.Chrome extension and app.i have only one password to remember, which is the one to get me into Keeper.

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Cons
The Federation part of CA Single Sign On, it's a bit complex to implement because it involves the SSL certificates, exchange of certificates, and lot of technical details. The documentation misses some important parts of this, so that's the reason it took some time for us to go live.I think they need to integrate some of the newer types of authentication into the product. I'm not seeing the innovation when it comes to biometrics in the product.They need to make configurations easier, and not have the engineer having to guess what will happen when he changes a particular setting.The initial setup was complex, painful. But that is to be expected of any new setup. When you're a big bank like us, any kind of migration to a new product is hard. I expect it to be painful, and it was painful. But it's not something that you can avoid.I would like to see a move towards the newer technologies, which is what we are doing right now. I think that's in the roadmap that's coming, in the 12.8 and 14 releases, but we would like to have it sooner than later.The main thing is we do not have the traceability and good monitoring that CA can provide us to capture problems when they occur.All the problems that we reported actually have never been resolved. We could not capture enough information for CA to be able to debug the problem.I would prefer to see their SAML integration be a more streamlined and easier interface.

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Needs to improve KeeperFill on iOS.If you purchase the premium, then after the subscription expires, you cannot edit your passwords any longer, even if you could before you purchased the paid subscription.They could possibly add a pre-designed contact feature that would work similar to a cell phone contact feature.The user experience and the mobile app could be improved.Ability to store 'files' from IOS & Android devices. You can store pics from these devices currently. Most file formats can be uploaded from PC's/MacsRearranging folders via drag/drop functionality would be very helpful.Search functions are sometimes weird.Ability to set up password profiles that can predefine custom fields and password complexity.

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Just buy the yearly subscription.It's definitely worth it and affordable. Their sales team can definitely help scale your needs on licensing and provide pricing options.Pricing might be a little less, but with promo codes and family plan - best offerFree works unless the paid is absolutely necessary.The more users, the better the price. Always opt for the live support.

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14,707
Comparisons
1,748
Reviews
37
Followers
1,096
Avg. Rating
7.9
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6,597
Comparisons
2,308
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17
Followers
1,438
Avg. Rating
9.5
Top Comparisons
Top Comparisons
Okta
Compared 10% of the time.
Ibm
Compared 6% of the time.
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Compared 3% of the time.
Logmein
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Also Known As
Also Known AsSingle Sign-On, SiteMinderKeeper Security
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Overview

CA Single Sign-On provides secure single sign-on and flexible access management to applications and Web services on-premise, in the cloud, from a mobile device or a partner’s site. For over a decade, CA Single Sign-On has been a leader in enterprise-class secure Web single sign-on and identity federation, providing a comprehensive solution that addresses access to applications and cloud services.  CA Single Sign-On delivers unparalleled reliability, availability, scalability and manageability.

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Keeper Security is transforming the way businesses and individuals protect their passwords and sensitive digital assets to significantly reduce cyber theft. As the leading password manager and digital vault, Keeper helps millions of people and thousands of businesses substantially mitigate the risk of a data breach. Keeper is SOC 2 Certified and utilizes best-in-class encryption to safeguard its customers. Keeper protects industry-leading companies including Sony, Chipotle, and The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Keeper partners with global OEMs and mobile operators to preload Keeper on smartphones and tablets. Learn more at https://keepersecurity.com.

Sample Customers
Sample CustomersBritish Telecom, CoreBlox, DBS, HMS, Itera ASA and SimeoAt&t, Wells Fargo, Disney, GM, Chase, Honeywell, Samsung, Dow
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Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm
41%
Comms Service Provider
7%
Aerospace/Defense Firm
7%
Insurance Company
7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Financial Services Firm
26%
Media Company
13%
Healthcare Company
9%
Retailer
6%
REVIEWERS
Insurance Company
14%
Healthcare Company
14%
Engineering Company
14%
Comms Service Provider
7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Insurance Company
20%
Cloud Provider
15%
Engineering Company
8%
Security Firm
6%
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Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business
3%
Midsize Enterprise
3%
Large Enterprise
94%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business
13%
Midsize Enterprise
19%
Large Enterprise
68%
REVIEWERS
Small Business
50%
Large Enterprise
50%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business
36%
Midsize Enterprise
32%
Large Enterprise
32%
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