Make the Right Choices for Single Sign-On

By 2021, more than 80% of organizations will use access management software or services, up from 55% today.

Access management products and services have matured in single sign-on protocols and user authentication, and technical differentiators include adaptive access capabilities, as well as ease and breadth of target system enablement. Among new purchases, demand for IAM as a service continues to grow.

Attempts to support a mix of application architectures and use-case needs can lead to overly complex AM and SSO projects and selection of the wrong products. IAM leaders must focus access management and SSO requirements to support tool selection.

Explore SSO through aligned sessions exploring key topics, including:

  • Enterprise Single Sign-On (ESSO) tools
  • IDaaS
  • SSO standards support
  • Selecting the right solutions via directory services including AD, LDAP, and more

[Infographic] 7 Steps to Implement Single Sign-On

A well-defined identity and access management roadmap is key to successful single sign-on (SSO) deployment.

View Infographic for seven necessary steps to deliver an effective SSO architecture.

An Offensive Defense: Lessons from the Equifax and Marriott Breaches

Static personally identifiable information (PII) is not the answer. “These breaches did not happen in isolation. There are hundreds of ongoing attacks against all kinds of companies, all of which highlight the fact that consumers have no control over their data privacy in today’s information-processing environments,” says Avivah Litan, Distinguished VP Analyst, Gartner.

Read the full Smarter With Gartner Article for tips on the IAM challenges for which IT leaders should be prepared.