SSO: Single-Sign-On

Most organizations have a variety of different applications and systems that employees need to access daily. This can often lead to frustration for users who constantly have to remember multiple usernames and passwords.

MFA: Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication adds an extra layer of security by requiring more than one form of identification from independent credentials. This is done to reduce the probability of unauthorized access.

Identity Brokering:

Ensures a secure network between the Identity Provider and the Service Provider regardless of the protocols like SAML, OAUTH, OIDC, or JWT they follow. Basically, it supports cross-protocol authentication and hence is a very important.

Adaptive Authentication:

You can safeguard the applications and data used by your business. It enables you to provide consumers and staff with an easy method to obtain the tools they require. To reduce the risk of unauthorised access to data or data loss, adaptive MFA uses IP addresses, locations, times of access, and user behaviour.

Directory Services:

Supports inbuilt directory on the cloud as well as on-premises. It can also connect with any external directory like AD/LDAP, Google, AWS Cognito, etc., and enable user management features such as user provisioning, user deprovisioning, password management, and access levels.

Provisioning and Deprovisioning:

In order for an end user to access resources that are present in one or more systems, provisioning entails the creation, management, and maintenance of the end user's objects and characteristics. The automatic creation, updating, and deletion of user accounts, as well as the synchronisation of users with groups, are all included in the provisioning feature. Users and groups can be centrally managed by the admin in the dashboard.


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