Max Identity includes Single Sign On (SSO) and a number of Identity Security Techniques (including two-factor authentication, multi-factor authentication and auto log off) are best practice choices for improving Identity Protection.
Connections between different departments, customers, vendors and partners all carry risk – SSO reduces vulnerabilities and increases security.
Personnel are encouraged to develop stronger passwords (they only need to remember one) and there is a significantly reduced workload for IT when there are personnel changes
For police forces, hospitals and emergency services where large numbers of people need immediate access to the same applications, SSO prevents errors, malware and helps provide an audit log of all activities.
SSO is an essential element of effective security structures giving users a single login for multiple applications
Requires 2 pieces of information for access to an application – like a password AND text verification
Requires users to provide 3 or more pieces of evidence – popular with banks and payment applications.
Manage who accesses the application, when and what they did from a single dashboard
IT departments can manage personnel changes and permissions from a single login
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