IS411 Question 1

What is single sign-on authencation?

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9 responses to “IS411 Question 1

  • Ryan Brown

    It is a method of integrating all services that require a logon to use a single username/password.

  • Tyler Manuel

    “Single sign-on (SSO) is a property of access control of multiple, related, but independent software systems. With this property a user logs in once and gains access to all systems without being prompted to log in again at each of them.”

  • Corey Maurer

    Single sign-on is a system where a user only has to sign on once to access the services on a network, instead of logging in for each service.

  • Robert Wooldridge

    Single sign-on (SSO)is a session/user authentication process that permits a user to enter one name and password in order to access multiple applications. The process authenticates the user for all the applications they have been given rights to and eliminates further prompts when they switch applications during a particular session.

  • Catherine Childs

    Single sign-on authentication uses a centralized authentication that integrates all servers which requires a user to logon in only once by using a username and password.

  • courtland richardson

    What is single sign-on authentication?

    a. Centralized authentication via server used to authorize users and computer systems. Enables a user to sign in to a system or software one time while allowing access to multiples of subsequent resources.
    b. The ability to monitor access control to critical assets and/or resources.

  • Noel Taylor

    Single sign-on is a mechanism whereby a single action of a user authentication and authorization can permit a user to access all computers and systems where he has access permission, without the need to enter multiple passwords. Single sign-on reduces human eror, a major component of systems failure and is therefore highly desirable but difficult to implement.

  • Samphuppuora Ath

    Single Sign On is the ability for a user to enter the same ID and password to logon to multiple applications within an enterprise. As passwords are the least secure authentication mechanism, single sign on has now become know as reduced sign on since more than one type of authentication mechanism is ued according to enterprise risk models.

  • Shane Lamoree

    Single Sign On technology is a way of reducing the number of times a user must type in a password. It requires that the user only sign in one time to access different parts of the network rather than signing on everytime the user transfers to a different part of the network.

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