[HackerNews] Is Single Sign-On Enough to Secure Your SaaS Applications?

If there’s one thing all great SaaS platforms share in common, it’s their focus on simplifying the lives of their end-users. Removing friction for users in a safe way is the mission of single sign-on (SSO) providers.
With SSO at the helm, users don’t have to remember separate passwords for each app or hide the digital copies of the credentials in plain sight.
SSO also frees up the IT’s bandwidth

Source: Read More (The Hacker News)

You might be interested in …

[ZDNet] Prospect of sideloading mandate strikes fear into the heart of Apple

All posts, ZDNet

Cupertino is back to continue its claims that allowing apps to be sideloaded on iOS would make everything worse for every one of its users. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

Read More

[TheRecord] New FontOnLake Linux malware used in targeted attacks

Analysts from Slovak security firm ESET said they uncovered a new malware strain that targets Linux systems, which, based on current evidence, they believe was used in a handful of targeted attacks. Named FontOnLake, researchers said the malware’s operators have been “particularly cautious” when deploying this tool in attacks. “The first known file of this […]

Read More

[ZDNet] Ransomware: This new ransom tracker reveals how much bitcoin gangs have been paid

All posts, ZDNet

The new Ransomwhere site crowdsources bitcoin payments to wallets associated with ransomware gangs. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.