Secure SSO for Cloud Applications using existing on premise Active Directory Identities

Protect yourself from online attacks that threaten your identity, your files, your system, and your financial well-being.


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The new release of UserLock 11 provides existing on-premise Active Directory (AD) Identities with secure Single Sign-On (SSO) access to both the corporate network and multiple cloud applications, from wherever they are working. In combination with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) it enables on-premise AD identities to securely access Microsoft 365 and other leading cloud applications.

  • For maximum security and ease, Userlock SSO maintains Windows Server Active Directory as the authoritative user directory and extends it to work with the cloud.
  • Given the increased vulnerability of corporate passwords for all organizations, UserLock’s granular Multifactor Authentication (MFA) provides the SSO protection you need without unnecessarily impeding employees.
  • New MFA enhancements have been added to help organizations scale MFA across all employees.

 

Today’s modern hybrid organization relies on Active Directory and the cloud to operate. With the demand for remote work at an unprecedented scale, IT teams need to streamline access to both the corporate network and cloud application from wherever employees are working.

This change in user access requirements creates new security risks that can often lead organizations to adopt either complex, costly or disruptive changes.” said François Amigorena, President & CEO of IS Decisions.

With UserLock, organizations can benefit from an easy-to-use, non-disruptive and affordable SSO solution that leverage’s their existing investment in Active Directory to effectively secure employees access to both the corporate network and multiple cloud applications.”

On-site Federated Authentication

Installed in minutes on a standard Windows server, UserLock SSO supports SAML 2.0 protocol to enable federated authentication of cloud applications. Each user needs to log in only once with their existing AD credentials (and a second factor if required), to seamlessly access all cloud resources.

  • Secure on site authentication is retained, even for remote access
  • Accounts, services, roles and group policies continue to be enforced
  • No need to create and manage a new directory for user ID’s
  • No change or provisioning needed for existing access to…

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