Nowadays, many SaaS tools offer SSO integration as a premium feature, sometimes effectively doubling the price-per-user. What is the right way to find balance between when to invest and leverage SSO and when to keep the costs lower and handle the provisioning and de-provisioning manually?

Security, Emerging Tech, Budgeting It depends on what the original authentication method is. We require multi factor PIV authentication and can only use FedRAMP approved cloud providers which have been vetted to meet NIST requirements so I wouldn’t have an issue with it. We have a system we use that does the same thing for our systems being accessed. As long as their is identify proofing and access controls in place.

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It depends on what the original authentication method is. We require multi factor PIV authentication and can only use FedRAMP approved cloud providers which have been vetted to meet NIST requirements so I wouldn’t have an issue with it. We have a system we use that does the same thing for our systems being accessed. As long as their is identify proofing and access controls in place.