How to set up Bytesafe to use SAML with your existing Identity Provider
Single Sign-On using SAML
Enable your organization’s users to easily access Bytesafe using SAML Single Sign-On with your existing identity provider (IdP).
SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) is used to create trust between your identity provider and Bytesafe.
The benefit of using SAML is that you manage your users centrally with enforcement of your organization’s account policies, while allowing your users to have a seamless single sign-on experience.
The Getting Started instructions help you enable SAML to enjoy single sign-on to access Bytesafe.
Let everyone get access to Bytesafe - new users won’t affect your billing
New users will be assigned the Read-Only role which will not affect your billing. This means there are no obstacles holding you back from sharing for example Bytesafe Issues or getting insights from Dashboards.
Users may later request a role escalation, which will allow your workspace administrator to upgrade users.
Getting started using SAML
Getting started is straightforward. Your organization needs:
- Set up your existing SAML identity provider
- Enable SAML in Bytesafe
Identity Provider Guides
Below are guides on how to set up Single Sign-On (SSO) with commonly used Identity Providers (IdP) and instructions on how you set up Bytesafe using them.
Can’t find a guide for your Identity Provider? Any provider using SAML 2.0 can be used to integrate with Bytesafe. For details on what information your SAML identity provider needs include, see Bytesafe SAML requirements.
How to set up Single Sign-On with Azure AD as a SAML Identity Provider
How to set up Single Sign-On with Google as a SAML Identity Provider
How to set up Single Sign-On with Auth0 as a SAML Identity Provider
How to set up Single Sign-On with Okta as a SAML Identity Provider
Bytesafe SAML requirements to set up Single Sign-On (SSO)