Strategies for Single Sign-On Success
Executives are now pushing IT hard to lighten the user burden by reducing the number of sign-ons with single sign-on technology. However, SSO really means RSO -- organizations have given up the Holy Grail of a single sign-on and want to use the tools at their disposal to pragmatically reduce the number of user logons. With so many tools in the SSO stack -- Kerberos, enterprise SSO, Web access management, federation, and authentication as a service -- what's an enterprise to do?
Learn about the '80/20' rule of SSO, best practices for reducing sign-ons, and where most organizations 'draw the line' on SSO.
Identity / Privacy Analyst, Burton Group
Mark Diodati, CPA, CISA, CISSP, MCP, CISM, has more than 15 years of experience in the development and deployment of information security technologies. He has served as vice president of worldwide IAM for CA, as well as senior product manager for RSA Security's smart card, SSO, UNIX security, mobile PKI and file encryption products. He has had extensive experience implementing information security systems for the financial services industry since starting his career at Arthur Andersen & Co. He is a frequent speaker at information security conferences, a contributor to numerous publications, and has been referenced as an authority on IAM in a number of academic and industry research publications.
- Aladdin Knowledge Systems
- 22 Jul 2008
- Jul 22, 2008, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)