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Federated Login for Google Workspace

Did you know that LastPass can now be integrated with Google Workspace?

This is a pretty big deal.

There are so many benefits to this integration I hardly know where to begin.

Here are just a few:

Improved workflow efficiency

You can access your entire LastPass vault from your Google Workspace. No more concentration disruptions when accessing a web app; just log in once to your Google Workspace for a seamless federated login experience across all your enterprise apps.

Seamless Provisioning and Deprovisioning

If there’s one administrative task that frustrates IT departments the most, it’s user access management. Employee movements are complicated to track – especially in an SMB – and delayed account access suspension places businesses at a critical risk of compromise. This integration allows IT personnel to completely automate provisioning and de-provisioning for all users.

Decreased onboarding friction

While the ability to rapidly onboard new users is a significant benefit, there’s still the problem of connecting them to all the web apps in their workflow. Conventional enrolment processes are sluggish and delay the commencement of meaningful work. With a LastPass and Google Workflow integration, the enrolment process is eliminated. New employees get immediate access to all the web apps and credentials they need to commence productive work.

Zero-Knowledge Infrastructure

The LastPass vault and its data are only encrypted and decrypted at the device level. This means your Google Workspace password will never be shared with LastPass servers. By preventing such a pathway, this clever integration ensures the attack surface remains compressed, making life very difficult for cybercriminals.

Have you tried the LastPass and Google Workspace integration? I’d love to know your thoughts.

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