Help Desk Privilege

Now your support team can view user details, unlock users, reset passwords, invite users, force logouts, and more. Delegate user management rights to your support team without giving them the keys to the kingdom. The new Help Desk privilege provides just the access your support team needs. Read More »

January 11th, 2017

Looking Back: Security and Compliance Milestones in 2016

The start of the year is always a time to reflect on the past 12 months and discuss trends for the future. 2016 was quite a year for cybersecurity. If it were a war, there would be many songs of battles lost and not many of battles won. But such is the nature of cybersecurity. In that spirit, OneLogin continued to invest in our security and privacy programs, rolling out several initiatives to strengthen our defenses for 2017 and beyond.

January 9th, 2017  /   Alvaro Hoyos   /  security & compliance

Berklee Harmonizes App Single Sign-On and Alumni Services with OneLogin

Berklee College of Music in Boston is the largest independent college of contemporary music in the world. Berklee wanted to improve the user experience for its 6,000 faculty, staff, and students, as well as its 55,000 alumni, by making it easier to access password-protected software applications. Previously, users had to log into each application separately. The college needed a single sign-on (SSO) solution to make users’ lives easier and boost alumni engagement.

January 5th, 2017  /   Thomas Bayens   /  smarter identity

OneLogin Cares & Family Giving Tree 2016

Through our OneLogin Cares program, we started a tradition at OneLogin to help under-served communities- especially during each holiday season. One of our employees’ favorite campaigns to participate in is the Family Giving Tree (FGT) drive.

December 16th, 2016  /   Mai Ton   /  company news

The Death Star: A Lesson in CyberSecurity

When you consider how powerful the Empire is compared to the relatively meager rebel forces, it’s uncanny how our heroes were able to infiltrate the Death Star, rescue Princess Leia, and completely obliterate the station. I think it’s safe to say that the imperials are not employing the best security practices. So what can we learn from their mistakes about security and compliance?

December 15th, 2016  /   Jack Shepherd   /  security and compliance, smarter identity