In the past few years, the most lucrative targets for malicious actors and scammers have been almost exclusively businesses and companies that are apathetic in their internal security implementations.
These lax security implementations allow malicious actors to infiltrate and compromise the systems, networks, and databases of entire companies.
So before delving deeper into how you should protect yourself and your company, you should know the things you are going up against:
What is VPN?
Virtual Private Network allows you to connect one or more computers to a private network most of the time via the internet. Even though this approach is not new, in recent years this has become more relevant mainly due to the new trends in the way companies work & more people want a greater level of online privacy.
Why one should care about VPN?
VPN allows you to connect to a private network securely and remotely. You can even link to different networks and servers in a secure way. …
Single Sign-On (SSO) is an authentication process in which a user is provided access to multiple applications and/or websites by using only a single set of login credentials (such as username and password). This prevents the need for the user to log in separately into the different applications.
The user credentials and other identifying information are stored and managed by a centralized system called Identity Provider (IdP). The Identity Provider is a trusted system that provides access to other websites and applications.
Single Sign-On (SSO) authentication systems are commonly used in enterprise environments where employees require access to multiple applications/websites…