Our "Logi Security" features offer secure access protection at the report, object, data row, and even (in Logi Info) down to the data column level. Logi Security is very flexible and can operate in a stand-alone mode to independently retrieve security credentials for authentication and authorization from OS-based security systems, such as a Windows Active Directory domain, from LDAP directories, from custom security databases, and from a variety of other sources. When necessary, a standard login page is available; customized login pages are supported. For those interested in a "single sign-on" implementation, LogiSecureKey Authentication allows a main application to handle logins and authentication, and to securely pass user security authorization information into a Logi application. More information about security is available in our Logi Security.