You like security, and your users like simplicity. Stop right there. If you evaluate these concepts within your typical application, you will undoubtedly notice that these two things, security and simplicity, don’t come together in the same product.
Let’s take a look at this representation in a SecureAuth ACL (realm, use case, application, etc…)
You now hold the power to adjust the ACL based upon risks, applications and location of the user
For example, if someone is trying to access Google Apps from inside of your protected network then of course you need to provide SSO access.
When that same user goes home, do you think that SSO or even 1-factor of authentication is acceptable? Probably not. Turn the knob up to require intelligent 2-Factor authentication
These are the controls that SecureAuth IdP empowers you with. It shouldn’t be difficult and absolutely shouldn’t require multiple products.
With SecureAuth IdP you can control access to applications depending on risks while providing simplicity to the users.
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