Simplifying Sign-on IDs

June 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Jun2007, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p36
Trade Publication
The article discusses the move of banks and financial institutions to implement Single Sign-on (SSO) solutions in the U.S. The SSO approach would alleviate users' password burden, tighten security and ensure compliance with intensifying audit regulations, which is a high-profile situation that requires careful and thorough evaluation. Details about the implementation of SSO in the security system of Enterprise Bank & Trust Co. are offered.


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