Every once in a while some news spreads quickly and quietly through the industry: who got hacked and paid $$$$ (typically hundreds of thousands to millions), or if they refused to pay ransom $$$$ and spent weeks getting their systems back and lost some of their operational data. According to IBM, the global average cost of a data breach was $4.24 million in 2021 and reaching an all-time high of $4.35 million for studied organizations in 2022(1).
Ransomware cost the world $20 billion in 2021. That number is expected to rise to $265 billion by 2031.(2). No doubt, Cyberattacks and data security are a problem every concrete producer is concerned about and is a priority for every CIO and CTO… hence SSO (Single Sign-On). SSO reduces the number of attack surfaces because users only log in once each day, using a single set of credentials. Reducing login to one set of credentials improves enterprise security.