Monthly Archives: January 2013

Preventing Side-Door Access – New Resources

One of the most common concerns we hear from prospective customers is that their users frequently bypass IT controls to access applications directly. This has a snowball effect that begins with the compliance headache IT experiences and continues on to the security risks associated with exposing their company’s network and proprietary data. We call this Read More

Upcoming webcast: Preventing side-door access — ensuring compliance and data security

When users bypass your organization’s single sign-on solution, it can create numerous compliance challenges for you. This Thursday, January 10, at 12 p.m. MST, join Symplified for a free webcast examining the impact of side door access on an organization’s ability to: Accurately report on application usage Successfully meet audit and compliance requirements Eliminate data Read More

Have you driven a Fusion lately? SAML learns from the auto industry

When the auto industry was disrupted with the success of electric vehicles, no major manufacturer completely discarded the gasoline engine. The Fusion, Volt, Prius and Leaf all included gas engines to deliver greater efficiency in certain driving situations. The Single Sign-On (SSO) and access control industry has an analogous situation with the Security Assertion Markup Read More

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Single Sign-On (SSO) Buyers Guide

How is your enterprise managing the need for secure single sign-on across cloud applications and mobile devices? Download a Free copy of Symplified's Buyer's Guide to Single Sign-On (SSO).


Forrester Research – The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Cloud Identity and Access Management

Download a FREE copy of The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Cloud Identity and Access Management (IAM), Q3 2012.


Forrester Research – “Build an Identity and Access Management Strategy”

Download a FREE copy of this recent Forrester Research report to use as a roadmap for delivering security, productivity and cost savings with IAM.