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Identity and Access Management

Unicon can meet the identity and access management (IAM) needs of any institution or organization, helping to solve the challenge of securing a robust IAM infrastructure. Unicon has the right expertise and technology to assess, implement, and support IAM solutions to improve IT security and allow collaboration.

Secure single sign-on (SSO)
Securely connect users to all applications, both in the cloud and behind the firewall, while seamlessly bridging the on-premises infrastructure to the cloud.

Access management
Centralize role, permission, group, and access management while implementing powerful delegated administration and auditing capabilities.

Federated SSO
Go beyond securely connecting just employees and extend single sign-on and access management across applications to providers, customers, and partners.

Manage Identity Data
OpenRegistry is an open source Identity Management System (IDMS). It is a place to manage and store data about people affiliated with an organization. OpenRegistry condenses identity data sourced from a variety of systems into a canonical record suitable for provisioning to systems such as Active Directory or OpenLDAP.

Multifactor Authentication
Unicon provides services to institutions and organizations desiring to implement multifactor authentication. Multifactor authentication enables an added layer of security in identifying whether a user has access to services or resources. Unicon can implement multifactor authentication from a variety of vendors.

Enable cloud adoption with open source IAM
Institutions can adopt cloud solutions securely with open source IAM software. Through enterprise open source web single sign-on, federated identity, and access management technologies make secure collaboration and research in the cloud possible.

Open source IAM solutions for the enterprise
CAS - Protects against credential proliferation and password exposure, and centralizes the institutional log-in experience.

Grouper - A groups management toolkit, functioning as the core element of a common infrastructure for managing group information across integrated applications and repositories.

Shibboleth - Provides federated Web single sign-on capabilities and allows sites to make informed authorization decisions for individual access of protected online resources.