Cloud Applications

For cloud or web applications, such as Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce and any SAML enabled application, DualShield Single Sign-On (SSO) server acts as an identity provider that authenticates users and provides information used to authorize users.

When a user attempts to login to a DualShield protected cloud or web application, the request is automatically redirected to a DualShield SSO server. The DualShield SSO server parses the request, authenticates the user to an organization’s AD/LDAP directory, and generates a SAML response to the cloud or web application. Once successfully verified, the user is automatically logged in to the application.

Office 365

Cloud applications, particularly those that are widely used such as Office 365, are constantly targeted by attackers such as phishers, hackers, intruders, and other adversaries. Moving from a private on-premises environment to a public cloud service, the likelihood of being targeted by attackers or being a casualty of an attack increases dramatically.

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Salesforce

For cloud or web applications, such as Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce and any SAML enabled application, DualShield Single Sign-On (SSO) server acts as an identity provider that authenticates users and provides information used to authorize users.

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Google Apps

For cloud or web applications, such as Office 365, Google Apps, Salesforce and any SAML enabled application, DualShield Single Sign-On (SSO) server acts as an identity provider that authenticates users and provides information used to authorize users.

When a user attempts to login to a DualShield protected cloud or web application, the request is automatically redirected to a DualShield SSO server. The DualShield SSO server parses the request, authenticates the user to an organization’s AD/LDAP directory, and generates a SAML response to the cloud or web application. Once successfully verified, the user is automatically logged in to the application.

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