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5 Steps to Secure Internet Single Sign-On
Employees today may need to access up to thirty different applications within the enterprise network and over the Internet in the performance of their daily jobs-often with different usernames and passwords for each one. Such a situation is inherently insecure, being especially vulnerable to phishing, Trojans and other malware that can quickly spread throughout the entire organization. Most businesses are struggling to secure their internal networked resources while still providing access to external applications, including Software as a Service (SaaS) and other business process outsourcing (BPO) arrangements. Fortunately, there are now standards-based solutions available that provide solid security in such a multi-party environment. Read this white paper to learn why and how an organization can implement secure Internet single sign-on with a federated identity management system.
- Ping Identity Corporation
- 14 Nov 2008
- 13 Nov 2008
- White Paper