Configuring your SSO login settings

Configure your SSO login settings for a better user experience and to gather information on passphrase behaviour.

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Written by Ben Robinson
Updated over a week ago

Once you have set up your Single Sign-On (SSO), you will have a few settings that can be turned on to tailor your users login experience.

If you have not yet setup your SSO take a look at our guides.

To access your SSO settings navigate to ⚙️ Settings > Access management.

There are three settings available and some general info;

SSO passphrase measurement.

Toggling this setting on will prompt your people to set up a back-up passphrase for their account. Your people will still use SSO to login to the CybSafe platform, however they have a back-up option.

This then gives CybSafe the ability to measure the entropy of this passphrase and offer your people the opportunity to improve their behaviour.

Users will also be informed if their passphrase has been identified in a data breach.

Don't forget to click "Save" once you toggle on the setting.

You can then view information on these improved behaviours within our reporting.

Auto show passphrase login.

Toggling this setting on will display the option to login using a passphrase more prominently on our login page for users who cannot use SSO.

This setting should be used when you have people who may not be able to login using SSO, such as contractors or third parties who are not part of your tenancy.

When SSO is setup, it becomes your default login option and users are directed to using this method of authentication.

Don't forget to click "Save" once you toggle on the setting.

Disable passphrase login.

Toggling this setting on will prevent users from logging in any other way than via SSO.

This setting should only be used if everyone on the CybSafe platform can use your SSO setup.

Don't forget to click "Save" once you toggle on the setting.

SSO info and unique SSO URL

Under the three toggles you are presented with some information on your SSO integration.

  • The status of your Single Sign-On integration.

  • Your SSO Provider.

  • Your unique Single Sing-On Link, this can be shared with employees for a seamless login experience.

  • You can view the Date the connection with your SSO provider was created with CybSafe.

  • Finally you also have the capability to Delete your SSO integration should you no longer wish to use it or would prefer to connect with a different provider.

Still have questions?

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

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