SSO (short for single sign-on) is a form of access control that allows a user to access several related systems with a single set of credentials.
SSO requires two parties: an identity provider and a service provider. An identity provider will authenticate a user and provide an authentication token to the service provider. A service provider provides services to an end-user and will typically not authenticate users but instead request authentication decisions from an identity provider.
If you already use an identity provider, such as Active Directory, at your company then SSO can make authentication quicker and more secure for your business.
The SSO functionality within DealTrack allows administrators to let team members access DealTrack based on their session with an external identity provider.
With SSO, you can put the identity provider you already trust in charge of authentication, and team members can access DealTrack without another password to manage.
DealTrack uses the secure and widely adopted industry standard Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0 (SAML 2.0), which means our implementation of SSO integrates easily with both Google G-suite and Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
Enable’s system administrators can enable and disable the SSO mechanism, and they also can disable manual login, forcing users to navigate to their client-specific SSO login page.
Please note — when you log out of the external identity provider, you will also be logged out of DealTrack.