Single Sign-On (SSO)
Provide exceptional experiences and no compromise security with superior SSO for all your customers, applications, services, and workforce
What Is Single Sign-On?
Today’s digital economy has changed how you interact with your workforce, consumers, and technologies. You need to provide seamless, secure account access from anywhere, anytime.
With ForgeRock, you can support exceptional experiences with single sign-on (SSO) to your applications and services for any identity type. Whether you manage multiple brands under different domains, sub-domains, and applications, or your users need access to and from a variety of devices, ForgeRock's SSO solution provides seamless user experiences with the highest level of security.
Leverage Comprehensive SSO Powered by Access Management
Providing a unified and fluid SSO experience is important in today’s omnichannel world. Powered by ForgeRock Access Management, you can provide the same SSO experience for all your mobile applications, single-page applications, APIs, and services.
ForgeRock SSO enables you to:
Sign users in once and allow them access to all authorized systems, regardless of which application they logged into first.
Provide a variety of flexible options for SSO, from cross-domain SSO for a single organization to an SSO solution across multiple organizations.
Support multiple options for policy enforcement and protecting resources, including policy agents that reside on application or web servers.
Use built-in security token service (STS) as a multi-protocol hub, translating for providers who rely on other or older standards.
Secure legacy applications with the latest strong authentication technologies, without changing a line of code.
Customer Story: Macy’s Develops a Frictionless Workforce Experience
Watch this session from Identity Live in Austin, Texas, and learn how Macy’s Inc. engaged Deloitte to deploy a digital password reset portal for its corporate and store employees, contractors, and partners using ForgeRock technology. Macy’s also shares how it used NIST Digital Authentication guidelines as a template for developing a password reset capability to create a frictionless user experience.
Grow Your Business with Federated SSO and Open Standards
Federated single sign-on (SSO) gives you the ability to grow your business and competitive advantage by ensuring frictionless, secure account access to users outside your organization, including citizens, customers, and partners.
Federated SSO relies on open standards, such as OAuth, WS-Federation, WS-Trust, OpenID Connect, and SAML, to pass authentication tokens between your identity providers. The ForgeRock Identity Platform comprises a multitude of standards-based components and is built on a common framework using best-in-class open technologies.
ForgeRock is involved in standards development and adopts the latest standards as they are released, allowing you to meet current demands ahead of the competition.
Modernize Legacy IAM and SSO with Ease
The identity and access management (IAM) landscape has drastically changed in recent years. However, most organizations have large investments in legacy IAM and SSO systems. These systems have not kept pace with the changes and lack the flexibility to scale beyond traditional employee use-case scenarios.
As more people, devices, and things are assigned identities across networks, you need modern IAM services that are simple, flexible, and scalable, and designed to quickly verify identities and access privileges.
ForgeRock provides such an approach to IAM and SSO, enabling you to coexist, consolidate, or retire your disparate, legacy identity management systems, such as CA Single Sign-On (SiteMinder), Oracle, IBM, or homegrown solutions.
Let Go of Legacy Solutions
Migrate from CA Single Sign-On (SiteMinder SSO) to ForgeRock Identity Platform.
Integrating Federated SSO within Legacy Architecture
PLUS Retail uses the ForgeRock Identity Platform to deliver a better customer experience and drive revenue.
Simple and Secure Authentication
Easily configure, measure, and adjust login journeys using digital signals including device, contextual, behavioral, user choice, and risk-based factors.