CA Single Sign-On

4.3
(17)

CA Single Sign-On allows you to automate access to all applications through a single, secure logon.

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CA Single Sign-On Features

Authentication Options

Authentication User experience

Process of providing credentials and logging into multiple systems is easy and intuitive for users

90%
(Based on 13 reviews)

Supports Required Authentication systems

Supports required 3rd party Authentication Technologies. Example systems: bioMetric, passwords, key cards, token based systems, etc.

86%
(Based on 13 reviews)

Multi-Factor Authentication

Provides support for Multi-Factor authentication, so users are required to provide multiple factors to authenticate. For example, something they know, Something they have or something they are.

87%
(Based on 9 reviews)

Supports Required Authentication Methods/Protocols

Support SSO via Web agents, proxy agents, agent-less, SAML or oAuth and WS-Federation authentication and authorization Web services depending upon the application and business use case

84%
(Based on 13 reviews)

Federation/SAML support (idp)

Can serve as the identity provider to external service providers so that when the user logs into a service, instead of providing credentials to the service provider, the service provider trusts the identity provider to validate the credentials.

87%
(Based on 13 reviews)

Federation/SAML support (sp)

Can serve as the Service provider from an external service so that when the user logs in externally they have seamless SSO to internal applications from a service provider.

79%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Access Control Types

Endpoint access

Provides ability to control access to PC's, Mobile devices, and other endpoint devices.

n/a

Local Access

Controls access to legacy applications, web based applications, network resources and servers while employees are on the companies local area network.

85%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Remote Access

Controls access to legacy applications, web based applications, networks resources while employees are outside the local area network.

n/a

Partner Access

Controls access to users that are not company employees that are either within the companies local area network or outside the network

85%
(Based on 10 reviews)

Supports BYOD users

Enables users to use their own device to access company applications.

78%
(Based on 8 reviews)

Administration

Ease of installation on server

Installation process is easy and flexible.

81%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Password Policy Enforcement

Options for resetting and enforcing password policies

85%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Administration Console

Provides Administration tools/console that are easy to use and learn for routine maintenance tasks

78%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Ease of connecting applications

Easily provisions new systems, platforms or applications using configuration and not customization.

82%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Self Service Password Administration

Users can set, change passwords without interaction from IT staff

75%
(Based on 10 reviews)

Platform

Multiple Operating system support

Supports Endpoint access control to multiple operating systems

90%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Multi-Domain Support

Allows user authentication to be honored by all the hosts in two or more domains

88%
(Based on 11 reviews)

Cross Browser support

Support access to browser based applications across required browser types

84%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Fail over protection

Provides required failover mechanisms to ensure if one server, network, etc fails users are still able able to authenticate

85%
(Based on 12 reviews)

Third Party Web Services support

Can call and pass credentials to third party web services.

77%
(Based on 11 reviews)

Reporting

Contains pre-built and custom reporting tools to required to manage business

86%
(Based on 10 reviews)

Auditing

Provides mechanism for auditing authentication for trouble shooting purposes.

86%
(Based on 11 reviews)