Fast, No Click Access to Applications
Imprivata OneSign® Single Sign-On simplifies the login and logout process for users. No more having to remember multiple passwords that change frequently across the different applications. A swipe of an ID badge or finger and users are logged into their desktop and applications—without having to remember or type a single username or password.
Built-in support for multiple strong authentication options
A wide variety of strong authentication methods are available including fingerprint biometrics, active and passive proximity cards, smart cards, one-time passwords, USB tokens and phone-based authentication.
Enforce strong password policies while reducing password related help desk calls
OneSign Single Sign-On makes it possible to establish and enforce strong password policies without putting an unnecessary burden on users or IT. Users no longer need to remember passwords or change them frequently—OneSign SSO manages this for them. To reset passwords OneSign® Self-Service Password Management can be used instead of calling the helpdesk.
Single sign-on in physical and virtual environments
Imprivata OneSign supports single sign-on to applications that both reside on the local workstation and are accessed through virtualized environments with VMware, Citrix or Microsoft. OneSign Single Sign-On supports fast user switching by automatically roaming the user’s session. It locks the desktop of the previous session when logging into a different workstation. This is particularly valuable when an application has built-in workflows that require it to continue one session while different users sign in and out of the same application.
Improve compliance and reporting efficiency
Imprivata OneSign records all computer and application access events in a central and secure database down to the application screen level. Administrators can run any number of out of the box web-based reports, including a report to see which users are sharing passwords, who accessed which applications, when and from where, and all the application accounts that belong to a particular LDAP user.