Once you have set up your Single Sign-On (SSO), see our guides on how to do so for Azure, Gsuite, and OneLogin, you can configure its settings.

To do so, click “Identity and Access Management on the left hand menu, under “Settings”:

From here you can edit whether our SSO Backup feature is turned on or not. This Backstop asks your people to set a backup passphrase alongside their SSO when they first log in. This feature will measure a passphrases strength and whether it has been identified in a data breach. You will be able to see both metrics in our Behaviour reporting pages.

You can also toggle whether you want your people to be able to log in with a passphrase rather than SSO. Turning “Auto show passphrase login” on will show the login via passphrase option more clearly. Turning “Disable passphrase login” on will prevent users from logging in any way other than via SSO.

You are also able to see whether your SSO is enabled, who your SSO provider is, and what your unique SSO link to CybSafe is.

Still have questions?

If you still have questions, you can contact the CybSafe team via support@cybsafe.com. We’re on hand to help resolve any further issues!

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