With a rise in software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications deployed by enterprises, as well as a sharp uptick in cybercrime, many businesses rely on Identity Access Management (IAM) and single sign-on (SSO) solutions like Okta to improve their cybersecurity posture. Besides a reduction in the number of employee login IDs and passwords, consolidating access through SSO helps to improve the user experience and enhance productivity. By integrating Okta and Bitwarden, businesses can securely provision all password management data, including apps that haven’t assimilated to the SSO system.
However, organizations may still have logistical and security gaps due to applications or services that do not support logging in with SSO. A password manager like Bitwarden enables employees to protect work accounts with strong and unique passwords, securely share sensitive information, and extend SSO deployments with integrated password encryption. Furthermore, by integrating Bitwarden with Okta, IT managers have complete oversight and control of different tools and applications various teams within a company are using.
Integrating Bitwarden and Okta together deliver a comprehensive identity and access management strategy from centralized SaaS applications to individual employee empowerment. The integration is simple and secure and takes minimal time for administrators to configure.