OneLogin, Inc. is a cloud-based identity and access management provider that designs, develops, and sells a unified access management platform to enterprise-level businesses and organizations.
Five steps that help you make the transition to a secure remote workforce as painless as possible
Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is an authentication method that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to a resource such as an application, online account, or a VPN. MFA is a core component of a strong identity and access management (IAM) policy. Rather than just asking for a username and password, MFA requires one or more additional verification factors, which decreases the likelihood of a successful cyber attack.
Provide easy access to applications
With an Identity & Access Management (IAM) solution like OneLogin, Single Sign-On (SSO) provides users with a single dashboard for accessing all their applications. They only have to remember their OneLogin password to get access to their everyday resources. This is done by leveraging open standards like SAML and OpenID Connect that allow admins to enforce security policies, like Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), across their user base via the OneLogin admin portal.
Give Employees Multiple Ways to Communicate Quickly and Efficiently
IAM solution can help you centralize access and security policies for all or a subset of your users and applications. In the case of “Zoombombing,” you can ensure only authenticated users who have an account can join meetings. You also benefit from having a centralized place to provision and de-provision users in real-time for end-to-end user lifecycle management, which ensures no one has lingering access once they are no longer with the company.
Implement a “Security First” Mindset
In the case of providing convenient and secure access to remote desktops and servers hosted on-premise or in public or private clouds, OneLogin’s Remote Desktop Gateway & Remote Desktop Web Access solution can be easily configured to provide SSO and MFA, giving you higher confidence that you are not exposing your internal systems over the web insecurely.
Ensure Device Trust and Safety
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Implement Multi-Factor Authentication
Implementing an MFA policy can provide the extra level of protection you need by requiring users to provide an additional authentication factor, like an OTP, device like Yubikey, or even a fingerprint scan. OneLogin takes MFA to the next level with SmartFactor Authentication™, which leverages machine learning to adjust authentication requirements in real-time based on the perceived level of risk. Additionally, it cross-checks users’ credentials against a database of known breached accounts and passwords to prevent password reuse.
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