Today’s businesses are adjusting to shifting models and expectations. Remote work and cloud applications both present great opportunities for growth, as well as challenges to security. The wrong decision in these instances can severely impact costs, risks, revenue, and complexity. Successful organizations employ automated systems which enhance their data protection, user control, and overall flexibility. Ping Identity is well-known for their highly rated, award-winning identity and access management solutions for enterprises regardless of size, industry, or environment.
What is Identity Access Management?
Small teams, virtual groups, and large-scale partnerships require specific access to different business-critical applications depending on the task at hand. Identity access management (IAM) is the process of consistently regulating user role-based access policies, whether working on-premises or out-of-office. IAM enables greater visibility of an organization’s members, networks, and devices, which helps reduce the risk posed by identity-based cyberattacks. Automated IAM platforms are effective at precisely monitoring both cloud and on-site resources, ensuring user privilege is properly applied based on a user’s identity, location, and behavior. Such tightly controlled access governance delivers consistent, secure access to key data to every level of an organization.
Benefits of Ping Identity
The best IAM solutions streamline the cloud-migration process. In particular, Ping Identity allows for greater operational efficiency by integrating consistent data access controls across on-premises, hybrid, and cloud-based environments. This encourages collaboration while reducing the risk associated with human error. Their functional and user-friendly platform offers a variety of benefits for users, partners, and organizations.
Precisely authorize everyone and everything in even the most complex environments without added friction. Access employee applications across on-premises and cloud directories via a single centralized portal, ensuring rapid onboarding and customized risk response.
- Multifactor Authentication (MFA)
Maintain policies which balance security and convenience to reduce exposure from stolen credentials by verifying the true identity of users. Multiple secure authentication methods are available, from fingerprint and facial recognition to one-time passwords via voice, email, and SMS.
- Single Sign-on (SSO)
Simplify access while accelerating resource and application adoption by consolidating user credentials via a single account. Give users a seamless experience and cut IT costs by reducing the number of risky reused passwords and tedious reset requests.
- Modernized Directory
Deploy a scalable, flexible, high-performance database in the cloud, on-premises, or both. Provide secure, synchronized, and centralized identity management for associates and employees while supporting diverse sets of user profiles, credentials, and preferences.
- Identity Verification
Securely and conveniently establish the true identity of users by comparing it with existing documentation. Mobile integration ensures regulatory requirements are met, fraudulent activity is prevented, and user experiences are greatly improved.
- Personal Identity
Allow users to maintain complete control over their private data and documents. Position your business as an advocate of personal privacy while reducing fraud risk and leveraging verified data to create seamless user experiences.
- Web/API Access
Streamline access to application resources for employees, partners, and customers without compromising on security. Centralize access management for hybrid workforces while strategically authorizing users based on risk factors like location, device health, and IP address.
- Dynamic Authorization
Mitigate API data breaches by specifying governance policies for healthcare records, IoT device details, and financial transactions. Evaluate context signals to make real-time decisions which comply with regulations and improve business agility, regardless of user, platform, or location.
- Risk Management
Make educated authentication decisions based on identity data from users, networks, and devices. Aggregate risk signals to effectively reduce login friction by determining the precise level of verification required for access.
- API Intelligence
Employ cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to fill gaps in your API security strategy. Quickly discover and block threats, generate trend reports, and conduct investigations while preventing abuse and reverse engineering.
- Fraud Detection
Immediately analyze hundreds of unique data points to prevent bot attacks, account takeovers, and new account fraud. Improve customer experiences by eliminating the need for CAPTCHAs while simultaneously detecting previously hidden cyberattacks.
Create flexible journeys and automated workflows for a variety of identity use cases to break down silos and deliver a passwordless experience. Manage verification, registration, authentication, and recovery with fully integrated support for a broad range of providers and databases.
Traditional identity access management strategies are no longer sufficient to guard against the growing threat landscape. As organizational structures change and cybersecurity needs become more complex, secure and seamless user experiences must remain a priority. Ping Identity is trusted by more than half of the Fortune 100, which is why Savant Solutions proudly provides their identity access management solutions to our clients. We encourage you to reach out to learn how this world-class platform can help your business stay secure moving forward.