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  1. AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) is now AWS IAM Identity Center. It is where you create, or connect, your workforce users once and centrally manage their access to multiple AWS accounts and applications. You can create user identities directly in IAM Identity Center, or you can connect your existing identity source, including Microsoft Active Directory and standards-based identity providers, such as Okta Universal Directory or Azure AD. You can choose to manage access just to AWS accounts, just to cloud applications, or to both. Your users can utilize their existing credentials for one-click access to their assigned AWS accounts, AWS applications, like Amazon SageMaker Studio, and other standards-based cloud applications, like Salesforce, Box, and Microsoft 365. View the full article
  2. AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) now supports AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) customer managed policies (CMPs) and permission boundary policies within AWS SSO permission sets. The new capability helps AWS SSO customers to improve their security posture by creating larger and finer-grained policies for least privilege access and by tailoring policies to reference the resources of the account to which they are applied. Using CMPs, AWS SSO customers can maintain the consistency of policies, as CMP changes apply automatically to all permission sets and roles that use the CMP. This enables customers to govern their CMPs and permissions boundaries centrally, and allows auditors to find, monitor, and review them. Customers, who have existing CMPs for roles they manage in AWS IAM, can reuse their CMPs without the need to create, review, and approve new in-line policies for permission sets. View the full article
  3. AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) now supports centralized administration and API access from an AWS Organizations delegated administrator account for all member accounts in your organization. This means you can designate an account in your organization that can be used to centrally administer all member accounts. With delegated administration, you can adhere to best practices by reducing the need to use your management account. View the full article
  4. strongDM today announced it has added an application programming interface (API) and software development kits for Go, Java, Python, Ruby and other programming languages for involving the single sign-on (SSO) capabilities of its infrastructure access management platform, in addition to adding support for command-line interfaces (CLIs) exposed by cloud service providers. At the same time, […] The post strongDM Extends Access Management as Code Efforts appeared first on DevOps.com. View the full article
  5. AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) now enables you to create fine-grained permissions for your workforce in AWS using attributes, such as cost center and department, defined in your AWS SSO identity source. Your administrators can now implement attribute-based access control (ABAC) with AWS SSO to centrally manage access to your AWS accounts and simplify permissions management at scale. View the full article
  6. AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) administrators can now require users to self-enroll multi-factor authentication (MFA) devices during sign-in. For your users without a registered MFA device, you can require them to complete a self-guided MFA enrollment process following a successful password authentication. This allows administrators to secure their organization’s AWS environments with MFA without having to individually enroll and distribute authentication devices to users. View the full article
  7. AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) now enables you to secure user access to AWS accounts and business applications using multi-factor authentication (MFA) with FIDO-enabled security keys, such as YubiKey, and built-in biometric authenticators, such as Touch ID on Apple MacBooks and facial recognition on PCs. With this release, AWS SSO now supports the Web Authentication (WebAuthn) specification to provide strongly attestable and phishing-resistant authentication across all supported browsers, using interoperable FIDO2 and U2F authenticators. View the full article
  8. Amazon Honeycode now supports single sign-on with identity providers such as Microsoft Active Directory, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, or any SAML-based identity provider, including Google Workspace. Honeycode customers or the IT administrators of organizations using Honeycode can set up single sign-on so that Honeycode users can log in using their corporate credentials instead of Honeycode-specific credentials. View the full article
  9. Customers can now connect PingFederate to AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) once, manage access to AWS centrally in AWS SSO, and enable end users to sign in using PingFederate to access all their assigned AWS accounts. The integration helps customers simplify AWS access management across multiple accounts while maintaining familiar Ping Identity experiences for administrators who manage identities, and for end users as they sign in. AWS SSO and PingFederate use standards-based automation to provision users and groups into AWS SSO, saving administration time and increasing security. View the full article
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