Check Point Certified Security Principles Associate (CCSPA) (#52)

What is mandatory sign-on? An authentication method that:

uses smart cards, hardware tokens, and biometrics to authenticate users; also known as three-factor authentication
requires the use of one-time passwords, so users authenticate only once, with a given set of credentials
requires users to re-authenticate at each server and access control
stores user credentials locally, so that users need only authenticate the first time a local machine is used
allows users to authenticate once, and then uses tokens or other credentials to manage subsequent authentication attempts