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Recruiting: Single Sign-On (SSO) and SAML 2.0

Describes Single Sign-On (SSO) and SAML 2.0 and the benefits of Recruiting being SSO-ready.

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OVERVIEW

  • Recruiting is SAML 2.0-ready and can connect to just about any SSO provider and service that is also SAML 2.0-ready.
  • Our preferred partner is OneLogin. With OneLogin:
    • Organizations take complete control over access to all of their applications, create and enforce security policies, and add a second factor authentication. 
    • Recruiting end-users enjoy OneLogin SSO across mobile, web, and desktop one-click, two-factor authentication, and the ability to search across applications.
    • Onboarding and offboarding employees is simple with one easy-to-use dashboard. SSO is also a great tool to further promote user adoption rates for all your applications. Learn more about OneLogin
    • Contact a OneLogin expert today.

If you are already set up with OneLogin, see Single Sign-On (SSO) and SAML 2.0 Setup Guide to proceed with integrating Recruiting.

For other SSO or SAML-related support inquires, contact Recruiting Support or post a ticket in the help area. 

ONELOGIN FEATURES

Single Sign-On (SSO) OneLogin uses SAML 2.0 to sign users into Recruiting eliminating user-managed passwords and the risk of phishing.
Active Directory and LDAP Integration OneLogin’s zero-config Active Directory Connector can be installed in minutes with no server restarts or firewall changes.
 
OneLogin Mobile
  • Many web apps don’t have a native mobile version and the ones that do often provide only a reduced feature set.
  • OneLogin Mobile makes your web apps accessible on the go.
Multi-Factor Authentication Add an extra layer of protection with OneLogin’s free smart phone app or a pre-integrated third-party solution from RSA, SafeNet, Duo Security, Symantec or VASCO.

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