It is a well-known fact that a large amount of time is spent logging in to corporate systems. In the next 5 years the average user is expected to have over 400 online accounts across access business information systems, public services, entertainment and personal services. Whilst organisational single sign-in options have value, they also need to be secure.
- Unauthorised access
Preventing access for unauthorised users is an essential strategy to maintain the integrity of confidential and private data.
- Data Security
Organisations need to maintain the security of their networks and the data they store, whilst preventing access from hackers who may want to steal data or disrupt operations.
- Authenticated Access
Authenticating a user may allow access to an identified individual but once inside a network or a system, additional login credentials are required to authorise access to sensitive data.