Privileged SSO vs Application SSO

Privileged SSO vs Application SSO

Privileged SSO vs Application SSO Authenticate once and gain access to multiple applications securely Explore Platform What is a Single Sign On (SSO)? Single Sign On is an authentication method that allows a user to access multiple applications, validating his identity by providing a set of user credentials only once. This process helps avoid users’…

Key-Based Authentication

Key-Based Authentication

Key-Based Authentication Validating the user identity, through secret keys using cryptographic algorithms Explore Platform What is Key-Based Authentication? A Key Based Authentication is a more secure and encrypted method of authorization that allows a user to gain access to target resources with the help of secret keys that are stored and guarded in a secure…

Password-Based Authentication

Password-Based Authentication

Password-Based Authentication Securing the identity and access to a resource through a secret word Explore Platform What is Password-Based Authentication? Password-Based Authentication is the process of gaining access to resources to which one is entitled with the help of a set of credentials containing a username and password. This is a rampantly used method known…

SAML Authentication

SAML Authentication

SAML Authentication Authenticating a user through a single directory source Explore Platform What is SAML Authentication? SAML abbreviated for Security Assertion Markup Language is an XML-Based open standard for transferring identity related information between an Identity Provider and Service Provider. It simplifies and centralizes the authentication process, by authenticating a user once and communicating the…

Active Directory-Based Authentication

Active Directory-Based Authentication

Active Directory-Based Authentication Authenticate users and Grant access through credentials stored in Active Directory Explore Platform What is an Active Directory (AD)? Windows Active Directory or Active Directory (AD) is a central repository of information related to all resources in the organization’s network. The information can range from devices to documents, ensuring efficient information management….

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication Ensuring strong identity by authenticating a user through multiple factors Explore Platform What is Multi-Factor Authentication? Multi-factor Authentication is a method in which a user is granted permission to access his/her entitlements only after he/she has been able to successfully provide two or more factors of identification in the form of knowledge, ownership and…