Enterprise Single Sign-On – is there still a need for?
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, April 10, 2014 TIME: 4:00pm CET, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
Selecting the right (combination) of sign-on and federation technologies and picking vendors.
In this KuppingerCole Webinar, we will look at Enterprise Single Sign-On (E-SSO) and the alternatives. Starting with the use cases for single sign-on and related scenarios, we will analyze the technical alternatives. We look at various aspects such as the time for implementation, the reach regarding applications to sign-on, users, and devices and compare the alternatives.
We look at combinations that might deliver value, such as E-SSO together with Web Access Management, Identity Federation, and Cloud IAM. We discuss specific use cases where E-SSO is of specific value. We discuss the question whether and how to integrate E-SSO and strong authentication. Finally, we look at the vendors in that market, based on the KuppingerCole Leadership Compass E-SSO.
This webinar helps you in understanding whether E-SSO provides a quick win and added value to your IAM program and provides you with information about criteria for choosing vendors.
The Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) market continues to develop with a significant push from organizations looking to adopt cloud-based delivery of security services including IAM. While IDaaS Access Management solutions, providing SSO (Single Sign-On) for the users and access to a variety of services are already established, IDaaS IGA is not as widely used yet. However, shifting IGA (Identity Governance and Administration) capabilities, e.g. Identity Lifecycle Management and Access Governance, to the cloud might provide significant benefits regarding time and cost of deploying and operating IGA.
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