Curbing Phishing using OneLogin Solutions

OneLogin provides software solutions to companies that are looking to go the digital way. With the expertise and experience in transforming a company through a cloud-adoption journey, OneLogin has been on the forefront in providing cloud services to firms, both remotely and on-premises. In addition, OneLogin solutions also come with single sign-on authentication, pre-integrated apps, multi-factor authentication as well as real-time active directory integration.

As such, any user accessing the system works with the latest information at all times. He is also sure that accessing the system has no risk because it is encrypted well enough, and without proper authentication, there is no access to the system. Some of the firms that are working with OneLogin on their cloud-adoption journey include Airbus, Pinterest, Consort Medical and Steelcase.

It has come to the attention of many management teams that traditional identity systems come with extremely high costs in comparison to the digital options available today. In addition, traditional identity system delays user productivity when users have lost their app passwords. This also affects the IT department which is flooded with requests for renewal or resetting of passwords.

As a result, the company ends up with complex systems that make it even more complicated to roll out apps and more disparate directories are created in the process. According to Derek Brink, most companies that use traditional identity management systems end up spending up to $3.5 million in managing their systems every year. OneLogin provides a solution to this problem by offering Identity and Access Management (IAM) platform that is efficient, cost-effective and easy to use.

Since most companies want to easily access data wherever they are, it has become apparent that all confidential information is stored in clouds. However, this also means the information is prone to leakage as a result of cyber attacks. Some of the sensitive information that most companies would dare not get out to the public include blueprints, financials, schematics, partnership agreements, schematics and NPI documentation.

With the increased levels of phishing attacks that most companies are facing today, it is estimated that at least 10% of affected companies end up spending more than $400,000 in trying to make their clients regain confidence in the brand.

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