How can OmniDefend’s Single Sign-On Features Help You?
Single Sign On integration enables users to securely log in to applications without having to enter their credentials each time, saving them time and energy while increasing security. Try OmniDefend’s password management software today!
OmniDefend features an enterprise class single sign-on engine that allows you to reduce IT friction and enable strong authentication into virtually all your business applications. OmniDefend supports standards based SSO using SAML, OpenId Connect and Active Directory Federation Services, or you can use OmniDefend’s built in PasswordVault SSO for applications that do not support any SSO standard. So, are you ready to acquire the most secure password manager in the industry? Watch the video to see OmniDefend’s single sign-on features in action.
Universal SSO Engine
Application and website login screens can be classified into 2 categories: those that implement an industry standard login process compatible with OAuth2, OpenID Connect, SAML or WS-Federation, and those legacy sites that follow no standard. OmniDefend’s Universal SSO Engine can be an identity provider to any site that complies with the standards listed above, or it can store a user’s username and password in its secure OmniVault and fill it into a legacy site that follows no standard.
Not all applications run in a browser. For all those local and on-premise desktop applications, OmniDefend’s Universal SSO Engine is able to use its secure OmniVault to replay the username and password into the login screen. This can be done even with text-based logins like those seen in applications run in terminal emulators (“green screens”).
Need to quickly provision an application using SSO implementation? OmniDefend provides the OmniDefend SSO Store where you can search for your application and pull the SSO profile for that application into your organization so that it can be provisioned to your workforce. If you create a profile for a new application, you can share it on the store so the community of OmniDefend users can all benefit.
SSO two factor authentication is an important security measure that helps protect user accounts from unauthorized access. This extra layer of security helps protect user accounts from hackers and other malicious actors, giving peace of mind to business owners and individual users alike. OmniDefend Single Sign On System allows you to use any of the supported authentication methods to authenticate a user every time they access a secured application in your business. This includes using biometrics like fingerprint and face or security devices like smart card, tokens or FIDO2 and U2F compatible hardware.
SSO directory integration helps organizations streamline their authentication process, allowing administrators to easily manage user access without having to manually configure each application separately. With OmniDefend, you can provide SSO profiles to your users based on their roles and groups. OmniDefend’s SSO engine can use your Active Directory (AD) to read a user’s group membership and then provision different applications to those that need them in your organization.
OmniDefend’s real-time reporting engine records all access events to secured applications and resources. With our real-time reporting capability, you can quickly find out who accessed which application, at what time, and from which machine. Reporting data can be exported into multiple formats for use with various third party reporting software.
Frequently Asked Questions
Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication system that allows users to securely access multiple applications and websites with one set of login credentials.
The main benefit of using single sign-on is that it greatly reduces time spent managing multiple passwords and entering them each time you need to access a different application or website. It also improves security by eliminating the need to remember multiple passwords and ensures that users are only using secure, approved methods to access applications. Additionally, SSO can help reduce IT costs by simplifying and automating user authentication processes.
Single sign-on can integrate with virtually any type of application or website, including web-based applications, cloud-based applications, on-premises applications, and mobile applications.
Single sign-on provides a secure authentication process by using encrypted credentials and secure protocols to ensure that only authorized users can access applications. Additionally, SSO can be configured to require additional authentication methods, such as two-factor authentication, for added security.
Single sign-on helps with compliance by providing a secure, auditable authentication process that can be used to ensure that only approved users have access to applications and data. Additionally, SSO can be used to automate security processes, such as password resets, to help ensure that users are following the required security policies.
Single sign-on (SSO) is an authentication system that allows users to securely access multiple applications and websites with one set of login credentials. Federation is an authentication system that allows users to securely access multiple applications and websites with two sets of credentials; one set for the user’s local environment and one set for the external environment.
Yes, single sign-on can be configured to require additional authentication methods, such as two-factor authentication, for added security.
Yes, single sign-on can be used to securely access applications and websites on mobile devices.
To get started with single sign-on, you need to select a secure authentication provider that supports SSO. Once a provider has been selected, you can begin setting up SSO within your organization.
No, single sign-on does not require a technical background. However, depending on the complexity of the SSO setup, it may require some level of technical knowledge.