LogMeIn today announced a LastPass integration partnership with OneLogin, the leader in Unified Access Management. For businesses already using OneLogin’s UAM platform to manage employee access to services, this enhanced integration leverages the System for Cross-domain Identity Management (SCIM) protocol to automate user onboarding and offboarding to LastPass in real-time. As a result, LastPass is continuing to make password management effortless for both IT administrators and end users by making it easier to provision and deprovision users to LastPass.
“Our partners continue to innovate with our developer toolkits for single sign-on and user provisioning,” said Tim Gunderson, VP Business Development at OneLogin. “We’re excited for this enhanced integration, extending OneLogin automated user management and access controls for the LastPass solution.”
This announcement follows on the heels of the recently updated LastPass Enterprise Directory Center, offering out-of-the-box directory support for popular identity management tools. Adding SCIM furthers that aim by simplifying and automating user provisioning and management. With SCIM enabled applications, customers can expect faster rollouts, increased adoption, and continuous synchronization that updates user accounts in real-time.
“Before investing in new technology, many IT admins want to ensure it will integrate with systems already in use by the business,” said John Bennett, General Manager, Identity and Access Management Business at LogMeIn. “By choosing a password manager like LastPass that can integrate with those existing systems, IT admins can better scale their password management deployment and simplify day-to-day management of employee access.”
The OneLogin integration is now available to LastPass Enterprise customers in the LastPass Directory Center and can be enabled for current users without disrupting employee access.