AWS Multi-Account Virtual Provisoning

Do you have several different AWS accounts such as production, staging and test? With OneLogin you can protect access to AWS while letting admins single sign-on into all accounts with least privilege roles. OneLogin’s rules engine lets you automatically map multiple accounts and multiple roles to your OneLogin directory users, and show this mapping with one icon on our SSO Portal — much simpler than showing one icon per account-and-role combination. Your AWS admins can then use the portal to log in to the AWS console and view all accounts and roles assigned to them (e.g. VPC Read Only, S3 Power User, EC2 Full Access), and use the least privilege role for the critical task at hand. This lets you avoid using excessive amounts of JSON to configure access across multiple AWS accounts and roles, and provides greater auditability of who can access which AWS resources. Read More »

September 28th, 2016

Sedgwick LLP Trusts OneLogin with Sensitive App Data

All organizations today face the monumental challenge of securing corporate data in an increasingly connected world. But no matter how you slice it, the stakes simply are not the same for everyone when it comes to data security. Some companies - like those in the legal industry - cannot afford to compromise when it comes to keeping their information secure.

September 22nd, 2016  /   Jack Shepherd   /  security and compliance, smarter identity

Branded notifications

If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all! Starting today, all of your Onelogin notifications will reflect your company’s brand. The email branding template isn’t just for new user invitations anymore — now it applies to all notifications. Read More »

September 21st, 2016

Bigger, better User List uploads

Say hello to the newest member of the background jobs family: Importing users from a CSV file. You’ve always been able to do it, but now it’s faster, better, and most importantly, you can monitor it and stop it if you want. Read More »

September 21st, 2016

Five Mr. Robot Hacks you can block with IDaaS

The TV show Mr. Robot was nominated for six Emmys, winning one. If you’re not familiar with the show, it’s a groundbreakingly realistic portrayal of computer security. As I watched Elliot hack various individuals, I couldn’t help but think that some of the exploits featured in the show could have actually been prevented if only the victims were using an IDaaS like OneLogin.

September 21st, 2016  /   Al Sargent   /  security & compliance

OneLogin Desktop: How True Single Sign-on Enhances Security

It’s no secret that cloud adoption is altering the way organizations conduct business. Cloud applications are bringing new levels of business agility and operational efficiency to organizations. But pursuing speed at the expense of security is a recipe for disaster. Ask yourself: Is your company compromising its security posture to adapt to the new requirements of the cloud?

September 12th, 2016  /   Tal Herman   /  product and technology, smarter identity