Single Sign-On, or SSO, is used for managing seamless account access to desktops, servers, applications, RACF, databases or other systems. SSO is used for setting a security standard(s) for access to enterprise resources. SSO impacts the businesses bottom line by reducing SaaS licensing costs, eliminating redundant processes, and streamlining access to only the required enterprise resources. Provides an audit trail for enterprise resources concerning intellectual property, privacy or compliance with all applicable laws. This may sound like a lot of information to absorb at once, but we will break down each area with basic examples. Then we will combine them into one enterprise architecture to show they work together. The simple architecture is based on three (3) Use Case examples for logging on from internal, external and special situations.
Accomplished by using secure software for credential authentication and verification between systems