Single sign-on for secure authorisation
With Single Sign-On, you only have to remember one password. You only have to log in once for access. The access data improves in quality. Authorisation services use secure verification procedures. The authentication process becomes more accepted. User-friendliness increases for employees. Fewer logins as well as credentials provide increased security.
Single Sign enrolment is done through the open API standard, enabling secure authorisation of web, desktop and mobile apps. The OAuth 2.0 protocol regulates the course of the login processes in a binding manner. The separation between authorisation and the underlying authentication is the most important achievement. The user may use the application without proof of identity and authorisation.
In addition, the OpenID-Connet authentication layer is irreplaceable, which allows applications via tokens to query the user identity as well as to exchange profile information with the client for mutual use. In addition, this has functions for encrypting identity data as well as finding OpenID providers and session management.
During authorisation, passwords are not shared with others by any service. Via a token, OpenID only transmits the determination that users were able to authenticate themselves according to the login. For a comfortable and secure procedure, no data is transmitted for authorisation. With SAML or Security Assertion Markup Language, authorisation and authentication take place via encrypted session cookies with an expiry date. Single sign-on is a profitable solution for customer service as well as for your own application landscape.