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You host some of your most sensitive cloud resources on Amazon Web Services (AWS). While AWS provides infrastructure security such as storage encryption and protection from network attacks, it’s your responsibility to leverage AWS security and protect access to your virtual infrastructure in the face of increasingly sophisticated cyber threats.
OneLogin’s powerful authentication and role-based user provisioning engine lets you take complete control over AWS access. Quickly strengthen AWS access security by enabling single sign-on (SSO) across mobile, web and desktop and apply layered security such as multi-factor authentication (MFA) and security policies such as password complexity and IP restriction. With OneLogin you can also enforce and automate least privilege policies, eliminating time-consuming and risky AWS user management workflows.
Your free OneLogin for AWS subscription is easy to configure and includes the following features:
OneLogin uses SAML 2.0 to sign users into Amazon Web Services (AWS) eliminating user-managed passwords and the risk of phishing.
Active Directory & LDAP Integration
OneLogin’s zero-config Active Directory Connector can be installed in minutes with no server restarts or firewall changes.
OneLogin automatically creates, updates and deletes users in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) account based on flexible mappings to Amazon Web Services (AWS).
In addition, OneLogin can be used to protect access to any of your private or customer apps hosted on your AWS instances. Leverage OneLogin's free, open source SAML toolkits to have a SSO and identity management integration ready within hours instead of months. Go to our developers website for more information.
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