Customer Experience Starts at Your Registration Screen
Social sign-ons deliver convenience and build credibility.
Social sign-ons are not meant to and should not be used to protect sensitive assets. Of greater concern is that data sharing is a two-way street. When a company uses single sign-on, it gets information such as email addresses and geographical locations from the social network; however, it also may be giving information about its users’ behaviors back to the social network. Businesses should understand which user information they are sharing when they agree to the terms of the social network.