Managing SKUID account Without Informing Users of their Application Password

Passwords should only be shared to a minimum number of people who need them from a security perspective. However, passwords may be spread to others if users themselves know their own passwords.

 

In addition, if users know passwords of the applications their company is using, there is a possibility in which they may still be able to access company or customer’s information even after they left the company. This is obviously a huge security risk to the company.

Customers will be able to allow users to [Log in to applications without informing them of passwords via SKUID].

Two registration methods are available: [Register one by one manually] and [Register a batch of passwords for several people].

 

Register One by One Manually

1.Register Company Application

First, an administrator logs in to SKUID from SKUID login page and click gear icon on the screen before moving to the administrator panel.

      

Proceed to the left side bar [App] → [Add app].

 

 Input an app name in [Application search] search bar and select an app (tick an app) and click [Next]. AWS (Amazon Web Services) will be used as an example here.

      

 Display name can be changed as necessary when registering a company application. This time AWS (Amazon Wen Services) is left as it is in [Application name]. Finally, click [Register].

 

2.Add Member to Company Applications

Select an application that was registered.

     

 

 Administrator screen will be displayed for each application. Click [Add member] on the right side.

 

Select members to be added and click [Register] at the upper right of the screen. This completes the settings.

 

3. ID Password Settings for Each Person

Finally, an ID and password each user uses will be registered. First, click [Member] on the left side bar, and select a user name for which a password will be set.

 

 

Managing SKUID account Without Informing Users of their Application Password

Passwords should only be shared to a minimum number of people who need them from a security perspective. However, passwords may be spread to others if users themselves know their own passwords.

 

In addition, if users know passwords of the applications their company is using, there is a possibility in which they may still be able to access company or customer’s information even after they left the company. This is obviously a huge security risk to the company.

Customers will be able to allow users to [Log in to applications without informing them of passwords via SKUID].

Two registration methods are available: [Register one by one manually] and [Register a batch of passwords for several people].

 

Register One by One Manually

1.Register Company Application

First, an administrator logs in to SKUID from SKUID login page and click gear icon on the screen before moving to the administrator panel.

      

Proceed to the left side bar [App] → [Add app].

 

 Input an app name in [Application search] search bar and select an app (tick an app) and click [Next]. AWS (Amazon Web Services) will be used as an example here.

      

 Display name can be changed as necessary when registering a company application. This time AWS (Amazon Wen Services) is left as it is in [Application name]. Finally, click [Register].

 

2.Add Member to Company Applications

Select an application that was registered.

     

 

 Administrator screen will be displayed for each application. Click [Add member] on the right side.

 

Select members to be added and click [Register] at the upper right of the screen. This completes the settings.

 

3. ID Password Settings for Each Person

Finally, an ID and password each user uses will be registered. First, click [Member] on the left side bar, and select a user name for which a password will be set.