Federated Identity & Single Sign‐On Using Layer 7

Federated Identity & Single Sign‐On Using Layer 7

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Do you have:

  • Separate directories per division or branch offices with users that require access to central IT resources?
  • Users with multiple passwords that need to be mapped across applications?
  • A mobile device strategy and the need to manage access for a variety of devices and operating systems?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may want to consider federating identity.

In this critical white paper, learn how federation addresses issues with integrating separate identity silos, and how its features encompass more than what single sign-on (SSO) can do. Read on and explore a solution that provides these capabilities, benefits, and services for Web applications, Web services, application program interfaces (APIs), mobile applications, and the cloud.

Vendor:
CA Technologies.
Posted:
06 Feb 2014
Published
31 Dec 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
15 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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