At Certn, We use SAML single sign on for authorization and authentication with the support of multifactor authentication to ensure users are adequately authenticated before using our system. SSO simplifies the login process, ensures compliance, provides effective access control and reporting and reduces risk of password fatigue, and hence weak passwords.
As specified in our Acceptable Use Policy and Password Policy, Certn employees must use complex passwords and multi-factor authentication for all Certn-related accounts. User passwords must conform with the restrictions set forward in the Certn Password Policy.
Furthermore, role based access controls are used to allow access to Certn systems and third party accounts owned by Certn, only on a need-to-use basis, as defined by the responsibilities of the position held and the duties of that position