SAML 2.0 two-factor SSO without usernames or passwords
Posted on 12 September 2013.
WWPass released Unified Security Manager, a virtual appliance that provides user authentication for applications that support Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0. Unified Security Manager’s two-factor authentication significantly boosts security.


By replacing usernames and passwords with WWPass’ patented authentication technology, Unified Security Manager not only eliminates the weakest link of authentication, but also simplifies the user’s login experience and integrates well with an organization’s existing IT infrastructure.

Secure, single-sign-on authentication into the many applications found within an organization’s existing IT infrastructure has become critical to modern enterprise security frameworks,” said Gerry Texeira, Director of Product Management.

Unified Security Manager advantages:
  • Simplifies development, deployment and management of SAML metadata and attribute exchange policies.
  • Eliminates usernames/password pairs with two-factor WWPass PassKey authentication solution.
  • Integrates out-of-the-box with existing Microsoft Active Directory infrastructures.
  • Offers convenient single-sign-on to cloud service providers such as SalesForce.com, Google Apps for Business/Education, Dropbox for Business, Juniper VPN Appliance.





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