How to configure Google SSO with SEON
Updated on 30.09.22
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Properly configured single sign-on (SSO) can be a vital element of your cyber and network security toolset. You can reduce your company's attack surfaces by slashing the services your team has to log in to and the number of credentials they handle.
Set up SSO in SEON to make your fraud-fighting experience seamless and secure.
Using Google Identity with SEON
Google is one of the worlds leading cloud technology and business productivity providers. Companies worldwide trust Google to accelerate their operations with a vast array of cloud-computing tools and connected security features. As SEON supports SAML authentication setting up SSO using Google Identity is a breeze.
You'll need super administrator access to your Google admin console and admin access to your SEON account. Visit the Settings page in SEON and double-check that you can access the SSO settings on the Authentication tab before continuing. Visit this guide from Google to check if you have the correct permissions.
Step-by-Step: Setting up SSO with Google in SEON
1. Head to Settings in SEON.
2. Open the Authentication tab.
3. Click the toggle next to Turn on SSO Login.
4. Add a name to the Company field.
5. Open your Google admin console.
6. In the Admin console, open the menu and navigate to Apps > Web and mobile apps.
7. Click Add App.
8. Select Add custom SAML app.
9. Enter the name of the custom app (SEON), and feel free to add our logo.
10. Click Continue.
11. On the Google Identity Provider details page, copy the SSO URL.
12. Paste the URL to the Service URL field on the Authentication tab of the SEON Settings page.
13. Head to the Google admin console and copy the Entity ID.
14. Paste the string to the Entity ID field on the Authentication tab of the SEON Settings page.
15. Download the Certificate.
16. Copy the Public Key.
17. Paste the key into the Public Key field of the Authentication tab of the SEON Settings page.
18. Jump over to the SEON Integration SSO page or copy the ACS URL below:
19. Paste the ACS URL into the ACS URLs field in the Google admin console.
20. Jump back to our SSO integration page or copy the Audience URI below:
21. Paste the URI into the Entity ID field on the Google admin console.
22. Replace the company element of the URL strings with the Company name you set in Step 4.
23. You do not have to set a Start URL or click the Signed Response checkbox.
24. Click Continue.
25. Complete attribute mapping to ensure your SSO integration works correctly.
26. Click Add another mapping to add new attributes as needed.
27. Map the email, given name, and last name fields using the links in the table below. (Set the name format to URI reference if needed.)
28. Click Finish.
Your SSO integration should now be complete. Try signing in with Google to test your setup.