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Single Sign-On (SSO)

IAM Identity and Access Management Excellence

Centralized user authentication

The increased use of cloud computing, mobile applications and social media, as well as increased security requirements, are creating an ever greater need for single sign-on solutions. The multitude of identities and passwords are still the most widespread method of user authentication and are increasingly causing increased security risks and generating costs in companies.

The risks associated with the use of passwords lead to both direct financial losses due to the theft of confidential information, for example, through hacker attacks/cybercrime, and to reduced efficiency in the work of frontline employees and IT service providers.

Single Sign On – The login process

1. the user calls up an application or website
2. the service provider (of the application or website) sends a token to the identity service to authenticate the user
3. the identity service checks whether the user has already authenticated himself
a. If yes, proceeds to step 4
b. If no, the user is prompted to enter their credentials (username, passwords, etc.).
4. the identity provider validates the credentials and sends a token to the service provider via browser to confirm authentication
5. the service provider validates the token using a certificate (the certificate must be configured once initially)
6. if the token is validated successfully, the user is granted access to the application or website.

How we can support you


– No need to log in again to access all connected services and applications.
– Save time by eliminating logins.
– Fewer helpdesk calls due to forgotten passwords because users have fewer passwords to remember.
– Increased security by eliminating notes
– Better user experience leading to higher satisfaction levels


– Increased security and compliance
– Improved usability and user satisfaction
– Improves user experience for employees
– Lower IT costs
– Scalability


– Integration Identity & Access Management, identification of different identity types.
– Connectors / enterprise applications, mobile and cloud applications
– Type of identity services
– Security
– Authentication processes, availability
– Data security
– Self service functions
– Reporting


– Attacks / cybercriminals / hacker attacks
– Type and standard of encryption
– New legal regulations that have not yet been taken into account.

We will help you!

We are always at your disposal. Why not give us a call without obligation and let’s focus on user experience and security together.