The principle is simple: The more resources people need access to, the more they need single sign-on (SSO). And it’s not just about making access convenient; it’s about making it secure.
By enabling users to sign on once and have access to multiple resources – which today can number in the dozens – SSO reduces the effort required for access. At the same time, by reducing the number of access points (and all the easily compromised passwords that go with them), SSO reduces the organization’s points of vulnerability.
Download this perspective from SecurID about what to look for in SSO solutions to ensure your organization realizes the greatest benefit from SSO – in both convenience and security.