Secure user authentication for single sign-on (SSO) What you need to know

Does your user authentication system for single sign-on (SSO) meet modern cybersecurity standards? Learn how guidelines are changing and why more organizations are moving passwordless authentication with RFID/NFC for maximum security.

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Single sign-on (SSO) gives users access to multiple systems, applications and files with a single login credential. That makes it absolutely essential to protect the integrity of user credentials and the login process. With cybercrime on the rise, usernames and passwords are no longer enough for SSO—and even one-time codes and push notifications are vulnerable.

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Whether you are operating a small business with fewer than ten people, a large multinational corporation, or a government agency handling sensitive information, controlling access to data, systems and networks is of paramount importance. While many organizations have moved to multifactor authentication (MFA) to increase SSO security, cyberattacks are growing more sophisticated, too. That’s why modern cybersecurity standards are increasingly calling for phishing-resistant forms of MFA for critical applications like SSO. One simple and secure solution: user login for SSO via Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) or Near-Field Communication (NFC), combined with a simple user PIN or biometric factor.

Learn in the white paper what is important when choosing an RFID solution for single sign-on systems, so you can make the best decision.

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