What is Federated SSO?  Federated SSO or Federated Identity Management as the name implies is a combination of two words Federated which means across an organization and SSO which means Single Sign-on, Hence Federated SSO means when you require one set of credentials to login into different Applications/Websites situated across different domains. It means that [...] Read More →
User Lifecycle management is a solution that allows organizations to implement one user, one identity approach for easy access and management of all the employees. For organizations around the globe, onboarding new employees is a time of excitement and potential. Unfortunately, for the IT department, it is one of the most dreaded periods. Creating accounts [...] Read More →
Zero Trust is an approach to perimeter-less security that helps create an effective environment, policies, and infrastructure to minimize data breaches. Although many enterprises were moving towards the Zero-Trust model, Remote working (Work From Home) accelerated it by ten folds. Remote Work increased demand for a zero trust model, because of its potential to remedy [...] Read More →
What is RADIUS? RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service) is a client-server networking protocol. It runs in the application layer. RADIUS being an AAA protocol that manages network access provides centralized Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting for users who use network services. RADIUS uses two types of packets to manage the AAA process:  Access-Request - this [...] Read More →
Enterprise SSO is a Single Sign-On solution that enables the end-users to securely access all of the enterprise’s applications with a single click. It allows users to access multiple applications on cloud or On-premise platforms with a single sign-in prompt, without compromising on the security. Also, it enables enterprises to strengthen their security measures by [...] Read More →
Microsoft in their breach investigation report stated that "Over 75% of network intrusions originated from exploited weak or stolen credentials". So, how can organizations / individual users who are using Office 365 apps as a daily routine can protect themselves against threats from cyber-attackers? What if sensitive data is suddenly lost? To sum up these [...] Read More →