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LastPass IDaaS – secure identity and access management

Protecting your business’s digital identities is easy with identity-as-a-service (IDaaS), which provides your business with essential SSO, MFA, and adaptive authentication via seamless integrations.

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How IDaaS benefits businesses


Strong but invisible security

Protect your business from cyberattacks, data breaches, and unauthorized access with a solution that works with you.


Customize identity controls

Manage and monitor access policies for every app, device, and platform down to the user or group level.


Simplify deployment

Integrate with existing infrastructure, on-premises and in the cloud, for immediate control over your business ecosystem.


Unified, simple control

Create unified visibility across every access point without the hassle of managing multiple solutions.


Phishing-resistant MFA

Leverage biometric and contextual factors – geolocation, fingerprint, IP address – to verify user’s identity.


Maintain compliance

The integrative features of IDaaS make it easy to monitor security through audit trails, advanced reporting, and more.


Improve end-user productivity

Provide a frictionless user experience by automating password management by removing passwords altogether.


Enhance collaboration

Make it easier for employees to share and access the tools they need to collaborate, like cloud apps and secure documents.


Superior user management


Automate user provisioning

Onboarding new employees and revoking access for departing employees is easier than ever thanks to identity provider (IdP) integrations, making user management and organizational security as cohesive as possible.


Assign permissions by role and group

By integrating LastPass with your IdP, you can set, manage, and automate role- and group-based access, enhancing your organization’s security by limiting access only to approved users.


Remove access-related friction

Simplify the user experience and, in turn, heighten security by providing users with a convenient and secure way of accessing their work accounts. 


Secure access and controls


Collaboration made secure

Support collaboration among team members, freelancers, partners, and vendors by providing them with simple, secure access to the apps, tools, and documents they need to effectively collaborate.


Reduce liabilities and risks

Protect the sensitive information of your business, vendors, and end-users by eliminating unauthorized access – which could amount to a costly data breach.


Generate audit trails

By leveraging a cybersecurity tool like LastPass that integrates throughout your organization, you get a solution that allows you to generate reports regarding user activity, access policies, SAML events, and more.


Multifactor authentication (MFA)


Adaptive authentication

Lock down user access by implementing authentication methods like biometrics (fingerprint or face ID) and contextual user authentication (time-based, location, IP address).


Secure access control across your organization

Apply multifactor authentication across the apps that make your organization run, including self-service, cloud-based, on-premises, and remote-work apps, as well as for workstations and VPNs.


Extend MFA to your identity provider (IdP)

Heighten organizational cybersecurity by adding multifactor authentication on top of your employee’s IdP logins – Azure AD or ADFS – to keep every access point secure.


Single sign-on (SSO)


Simplified logins, everywhere

Let end-users simply access work-related apps from one hub, all with one password, making it as easy and secure as possible for employees to access work-essential apps.


Reduce IT’s workload and costs

By automating user access and password management, IT will spend less time on password-related issues and more time securing your organization.


Secure logins everywhere

Configure SSO to work with the third-party SAML tools you rely on, like APIs, SaaS software, web apps, and XML documents.

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Frequently asked questions

How do you define Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS)? 

Identity-as-a-service is an identity and access management (IAM) solution distributed by a third-party software as a service (SaaS) provider. Rather than relying on an on-premises identity solution, businesses can choose to leverage IDaaS, which is distributed as a cloud-based solution.

IDaaS works by integrating with an organization’s existing technology and tools, especially their user directory and identity provider (IdP). Once integrated, an IDaaS tool like LastPass will offer features which enhance business security and user access, such as automated user provisioning, multifactor-authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO), and more.

What is the difference between IAM and IDaaS?

Identity and access management (IAM) and identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) are both identity management solutions which include user access and management resources. An IAM solution defines the many ways in which a solution will verify the identity of a user, often achieved through various role-based policies, permissions, and more. IDaaS differs from IAM in the sense that it’s a type of IAM: rather than being an on-premises solution.

IDaaS is IAM achieved through software as a service (SaaS). Simply put, IDaaS is a SaaS-based IAM solution. IDaaS leverages numerous cloud-based identity solutions to implement IAM for a business, including adaptive MFA, identity provider integration, and SSO.

What are the benefits of IDaaS?

An IDaaS solution provides businesses with multiple use cases toward enhancing user access security and management. By relying on a multi-channel solution, businesses can holistically secure their organization, from implementing SSO for apps to applying MFA for workstations to automatically provisioning users by integrating with your company’s identity provider.


In addition to being your company’s all-in-one identity and access management solution (IAM), IDaaS further helps your business by being a third-party SaaS solution. This saves your IT team considerable time and resources, as your business can rely on a solution crafted outside of your organization rather than an on-premises solution that requires time to build, implement, and troubleshoot. Instead, with IDaaS, your IT team can automate user provisioning and management so they can focus on more essential cybersecurity needs.

Is IDaaS a SaaS-based system?

Yes! Simply put, identity-as-a-service (IDaaS) is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) form of an identity and access management (IAM) solution. Rather than being a tool developed on-premises, IDaaS is offered by a third-party producer like LastPass. A business then leverages the IDaaS tool by having it integrate with their existing technology to provide IAM throughout the organization.

How does IDaaS work?

When your business purchases an IDaaS solution, you’ll be given a centralized portal from which you can manage your identity product. One way to think of this is an API which you’ll connect with your business’s identity provider (IdP). By establishing an integration between the two, you’ll be able to offer SSO, MFA, adaptive authentication, and more to the various facets of your organization. Any time a user requires access somewhere, your API will send an authorization request to your integrated IdP. Once approved, the user will be granted access, ensuring only the right users can achieve access to work tools and sensitive information.

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