Single Sign-On (SSO)

Definition & Overview

Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication process that allows users to access multiple applications or systems with a single set of login credentials. With SSO, users log in once and gain access to all authorized resources without the need to re-enter credentials for each application. This streamlines the user experience, enhancing convenience and productivity while reducing the burden of remembering multiple passwords.

From a security standpoint, SSO centralizes authentication, enabling organizations to enforce consistent access controls and policies across all integrated systems. This enhances security by reducing the risk of password-related vulnerabilities and simplifying user account management. Additionally, SSO facilitates auditing and monitoring of user access, providing visibility into authentication activities across the organization's IT infrastructure.

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