Aug 24, 2023
SSO vs Federated Identity
Difference between SSO and Federated Identity
SSO, allows a user to access multiple applications using a single set of credentials.
Federated identity management, also known as federated SSO, refers to the establishment of a trusted relationship between separate organizations and third parties, such as application vendors or partners, allowing them to share identities and authenticate users across domains.
https://www.pingidentity.com/en/resources/blog/post/sso-vs-federated-identity-management.html#:~:text=Federated Identity vs SSO,-Although you may&text=Single sign-on enables access,across multiple domains or organizations.