Single Sign-On (SSO)

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Single Sign-On (SSO):

Most information systems are constructed with multiple systems, resources and data that users will require access to. Each necessitates access control which entails ongoing renewal of passwords, although users will often use the same password rather than creating numerous codes, or write them down to keep track of the information which can compromise security.

Single sign-on handles this problem by requiring users to authenticate once to a single authority, then allowing them access to all other protected systems and resources without having to re-authenticate.

This type of set-up has a couple of disadvantages:

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