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Canonical

Canonical

on 20 December 2013

Nobody likes to remember lots of different passwords. This is why most enterprises have implemented single sign-on (SSO) solutions. You just sign in one time and can use all the company’s web resources and applications. The problem comes when employees use easy passwords or share their passwords, either knowingly or unknowingly. The solution is two-factor authentication (2FA). Unfortunately implementing SSO and 2FA is tedious because each individual service does authentication differently.

What if an expert could define how you integrate SSO and 2FA one time and the rest of us mortals could instantly copy their solution? This is exactly the idea behind the latest Juju Lab: Instant SSO and 2FA. We are looking for experts in SSO and 2FA to show the world how it is done. If successful then this Juju Lab will be a before and after for enterprise security projects, going from months to minutes…

 

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