McAfee offers one-time passwords for single sign-on cloud service

By , Network World |  Security, McAfee, single sign on

McAfee Thursday announced its providing a one-time password function as part of its Cloud Single Sign On service for more securely provisioning and de-provisioning hundreds of cloud-based services for enterprise use.

McAfee Cloud Single Sign On can be integrated with enterprise identity repositories to provision cloud-based services that include Box.net, Twitter, Success Factors, Salesforce and Dropbox, among many more, says Matt Glenn, vice president of product management in McAfees network security business unit. A one-time password capability, based on a soft token, for any mobile device or PC is now an authentication option for this software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, he says.

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McAfee also introduced what its calling its Identity Center of Expertise for information online about its security and cloud-based services and support by its experts to answer questions.

McAfee is pricing the new Cloud Single Sign On offering in the $1 to $5 per user range, depending on the number of users/seats. It includes unlimited SSO connectors to cloud-based services, built-in multi-factor authentication and a way to deploy it on-premises on Windows or Linux servers or virtual machines, or as a wholly cloud-based version hosted and supported by McAfee.

Ellen Messmer is senior editor at Network World, an IDG publication and website, where she covers news and technology trends related to information security. Twitter: MessmerE. E-mail: emessmer@nww.com.

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