White Papers for Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
The Shortest Path to Single Sign On
Every day, employees and mobile users access many systems, applications and
websites. Connecting to applications is therefore often complex, and password
management a time-intensive task.
On the field, it is often difficult to access applications:
How can you remember several passwords when you must change them regularly?
How can you rapidly have a forgotten password reset?
How can you prevent users from choosing trivial passwords or using the same
password for all applications?
When your sales manager goes for training, can he or she easily delegate his or
her accesses so that customers’ purchase orders can be processed?
How can you stop colleagues from exchanging their passwords among
How can you ensure that users do not overwhelm the help-desk with passwordrelated
In view of this situation, the IT department is faced with immense pressure for
How can your enterprise meet privacy and accountability requirements when it is
using hundreds of applications?
How can you guarantee that the person authorized to update financial information
is actually doing so?
How do you collect the data necessary for the certified reports required by laws and
regulations such as Basel II, HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley?
Single Sign-On (SSO) can help you meet these requirements simply since it can be
rapidly and easily deployed.
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