why business use identity management?

In today’s digital landscape, identity management is critical for businesses. It ensures authorized access to resources and enhances security by preventing breaches. It automates user provisioning and provides a unified user experience, reducing login complexities. Identity management aids in meeting compliance requirements and protecting sensitive data, making it pivotal for businesses.

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Features of Identity Management Solutions

Rainbow Secure, a reliable SSO provider, offers expert guidance and support throughout the implementation process for a secure and efficient authentication solution.

Single Sign-On (SSO)

Seamlessly access multiple applications with a single set of credentials, enhancing user experience and security.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA):

Add an extra layer of security by requiring two or more verification methods, ensuring that users are who they claim to be.

User Lifecycle Management

Streamline the processes of onboarding, managing, and offboarding users, ensuring timely and accurate access adjustments.

Audit & Compliance

Maintain detailed logs of user activities and access changes, ensuring compliance with industry regulations.

Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

Assign access based on predefined roles within the organization, ensuring users only access the resources they need.

Benefits of Identity Management Solutions

Enhanced Security

Protect against unauthorized access, breaches, and potential cyber threats.

Regulatory Compliance

Meet industry standards and regulations with robust identity management protocols.

Improved Efficiency

Reduce administrative overhead and simplify user access management.

Improved User Experience

Offer users a seamless and secure access experience across platforms and devices.

Identiy Management

For Work force(B2B)

Starting from

$ 1 *

per user per month

For Customer(B2C)

Starting from

$ 40 *

per month
up to 400 users


What Client’s Say About Us


Most frequent questions and answers

Firstly the user tries to get access to their desired application/website. These apps/websites are from the Service Provider.
1. The application/website (Service Provider) redirects the SSO request to Identity Provider for authentication.
2. The user tries to sign in with his Identity Provider credentials.
3. Once IDP authentication gets successful, Identity Provider (IDP) sends back the Single Sign-On response to the Service Provider.
4. Getting On the SSO Response, the user is granted access to log in and access the resource or application.
5. Here the user can access all the other apps/websites from the Service Provider which are pre-configured for SSO (Single Sign-On).

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