Single Sign-On Implementation

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Q: The auditee organization decided to implement single sign-on (SSO) for all their users. Their implementation will be using logon ID and passwords for access control. What situation should they be concerned about?

a. Password aging must be set to force unique password changes every 30 to 60 days using alphanumeric characters.

b. The user’s system access will have protection; however, password changes will be more difficult because of synchronization issues between servers.

c. Unauthorized login would have access to the maximum resources available on the network.

d. The servers will need memory and CPU upgrades to handle the extra workload generated by SSO.

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