Identity is the fundamental security control in the multi-perimeter Enterprise world. Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report recently found that 81% of hacking-related data breaches leveraged were either stolen, weak, or default passwords.
This is putting identity firmly at the heart of data breach risk. Identity sprawl and outdated password policies that expect end-user self-policing and rely on their ability to create strong, unique passwords and maintain best practices every day are leaving organisations exposed. Norton reported that in the first half of 2019, there was an increase of 58% in data breaches with some 3,800 publicly reported and around 4.1 billion records exposed.
Now, with Single Sign-On (SSO) solutions that work with all application types, including Windows desktop apps and virtualised apps, there is the ability to truly cover all application types with centralised identity.
Download this white paper from our partner My1Login to learn how SSO strategies mitigate the risk of credential-based attack vectors and insider threat, but also can be difficult to get off the ground. This white paper will go into detail about how you can achieve a successful SSO implementation and reap the benefits SSO has to offer.