federated identity management system

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By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
This white paper, intended for a management-level audience, describes why and how any organization can implement secure Internet single sign-on with a federated identity management system. Learn more today!
Tags : pingidentity, sso, secure internet, single sign-on, federated identity management system, software as a service, saas, business process outsourcing
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By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
Web Services are emerging as the preeminent method for program-to-program communication across corporate networks as well as the Internet. Securing web Services has been a challenge until recently, as typical Web authentication and authorization techniques employed browser-to-server architectures (not program-to-program). This resulted in user identity ending at the Web Application Server, forcing the Web Services Provider to trust blindly that the Web Services Requester had established identity and trust with the end user.
Tags : pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml
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By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
With the success of single sign-on (SSO) inside the enterprise, users are calling for interoperability outside of the enterprise’s security domain to outsourced services, including business process outsourcing (BPO) and software as a service (SaaS) providers, and trading partners, as well as within the enterprise to affiliates and subsidiaries. Learn more today!
Tags : pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml
     Ping Identity
By: Ping Identity     Published Date: May 05, 2009
Web Services are emerging as the preeminent method for program-to-program communication across corporate networks as well as the Internet. Securing web Services has been a challenge until recently, as typical Web authentication and authorization techniques employed browser-to-server architectures (not program-to-program). This resulted in user identity ending at the Web Application Server, forcing the Web Services Provider to trust blindly that the Web Services Requester had established identity and trust with the end user.
Tags : pingidentity, sso, standards-based, web 2.0, identity enabled, browser-to-server, soap, saml
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