With over 1,000 employees, this recruitment company runs one of the world’s top job sites, with more than 100 million unique visitors every month from over 50 different countries. As a result of massive growth, it faced several essential challenges surrounding access and security.
"The big payoff is security."
NETWORK SECURITY ENGINEER
The first was to reduce onboarding and orientation time, as well as churn for new employees. The influx of new hires made it critical for the company to grant immediate access to the resources necessary for employees to be productive. This encompassed over 60 apps, such as Salesforce, Zendesk, Google Apps, DocuSign, Egencia, and several internally-developed apps as well.
The second challenge was the need to centralize the login process and create a better experience for users to access both internal and external apps—without a separate process for each. The VP of IT commented, “A salesperson’s time is precious. The more time they’re out there selling, the more money we make. We need to enable them to spend their time selling rather than trying to access different systems.”
Because the company handles large amounts of personally identifiable information (PII), the company takes security very seriously. Improving security with web application firewalls, vulnerability assessments, and more are important for securing its cloud application landscape.
Working with OneLogin has simplified one of the most time-consuming parts of employee onboarding. Within minutes, new employees can now access their entire app-set through their OneLogin single sign-on (SSO) portal. And, with offices in the US and Europe, OneLogin’s scalable and highly available identity service has enabled the company to provide a simplified experience to its distributed workforce anytime, anywhere.
And with credential risk being a top of mind consideration for any cloud-first company, they used OneLogin to effectively eliminate passwords and lower that risk. As the network security engineer pointed out, “The fewer account credentials out there to separately remember, the better off you are. The final deciding factor was the promulgation of two-factor authentication across a larger portion of our login process...the big payoff is security.”
The company has been able to expedite employee onboarding, abate a cumbersome employee sign-on experience, enable Active Directory synchronization and mitigate credential-related security risks. All of these additions make life easier for both IT and end users.
About OneLogin, Inc
OneLogin brings speed and integrity to the modern enterprise with an award-winning single sign-on and identity management platform. Our portfolio of solutions secure connections across all users, all devices and every application, helping enterprises drive new levels of business integrity and operational velocity across their entire app portfolios.