Changes to identify/access management for PeopleSoft?
Considerations and user impact implications
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I am interested in understanding what additional measures customers have been using/exploring to further secure employee access to their production PeopleSoft environments.
We also have users log in exclusively to
PeopleSoft. And to take it a step further, our HCM and Finance
systems do not sync with each other regarding passwords. Not all of
our users have access to Finance.
We also have a message on our login page
instructing employees not to use the same password as their Active
Systems Support Manager, Business Office Saint
Paul Public Schools • 360
Colborne St, St Paul MN Office:
We require users to sign on again into PeopleSoft (but they still use their active directory password). By forcing the user to signon (instead of automatically signing them in), this creates an additional authentication layer.