Why is it Painful to manage multiple application access?
Password Breach Threat
80% of data breaches are due to weak or stolen passwords. Users tend to use the same password for multiple applications. One password breach can lead to breach of multiple applications.
For every outgoing employee, their access to multiple applications needs to be revoked manually by IT administrators, else it can cause data leakage.
Lack of complete visibility
IT administrators lack visibility of which user is accessing which application from which location. Passwords resharing are common and IT admin lacks visibility and control over user activity.
One Click Application Access - Single Sign On Advantage
Single Dashboard for Application Access
One single dashboard for users with multiple applications icons that can be accessed using single click. Only provisioned applications are visible on the dashboard.
Granular Application Access Controls
Provision applications to particular users or user groups that they are authorized to access. Only authorized applications are visible on the dashboard of users
Enhanced Security with MFA and Device Binding
Additional security controls with built in Multi factor authentication while Single Sign On. Device binding and device security posture check controls can be enabled to ensure the right user with authorized devices gets access to corporate sensitive applications.
Complete Visibility of User Activity
End to end visibility of user activities which includes user login time, login success and failure status, user device and geo location details, and various other information with integration with SIEM tool.
Seamless Support for your Stack
InstaSafe integrates seamlessly with every internal applications, databases, and cloud
Frequently Asked Questions on Secure Single Sign-on
Single Sign On (SSO) is an authentication mechanism for applications which enables users to sign in to multiple applications with the one set of credentials.