What is Single Sign-On, when is it needed, and how does it work? In these articles, Curity experts share insights on different aspects of SSO and best practices for implementation.
Single Sign-On (SSO), is an authentication process that allows users to log in to one domain and thereby be provided with access to several independent systems without further action. The user identity is maintained across the system and the user is assigned roles and permissions according to the different system settings.
SSO for Mobile with OpenID Connect
An overview of use cases for mobile Single Sign-on using OpenID Connect.
SSO for Web with OpenID Connect
Explore use cases for web Single Sign-On, the benefits of using SSO for web, cookie security and how to maximize user experience using iFrames.
Prompting for Login during SSO
Learn how you can allow the client to manage Single Sign-On prompts based on the duration of sessions or OpenID Connect parameters.
Administrative Management of SSO
A short overview of typical Single Sign-On use cases for applications and clients. Read about the benefits of having a differentiated approach.
SSO and Authentication Methods
Examples of how you can adjust the Single Sign-On (SSO) behavior depending on the authentication methods used, as a way of improving your security architecture.
SSO for Mobile Apps with OpenID Connect
Implementing Single Sign-On for mobile apps with OpenID Connect: options and examples. Secure your mobile apps using a Single Sign-On Service.
Using OpenID Connect for a Single Sign-On Solution in Web Clients
An example of the process of implementing Single Sign-On for a web client. Learn about SSO requirements and what clients do.
What is a Single Sign-On Session? A Brief Overview
Single Sign-On (SSO) sessions are not web sessions - how do you tell them apart? Learn what the Single Sign-On session is and how to design your SSO solution.
Single Sign-On Introduction
A brief introduction to Single Sign-On. Read about the benefits of SSO and how it can be used with OpenID Connect to authenticate users.