IDENTITY & ACCESS MANAGEMENT
When it comes to security, your people are your biggest asset and your biggest liability.
To help you help them stay safe, we provide powerful solutions to manage identity, permissions, and secure access. Using the best protocols the market has to offer.
We help you to ensure only the right individuals have access to the right resources, at the right times and for the right reasons: powerful solutions that enable you to manage user identities, permissions and secure access more easily, to reduce password resets and increase employee productivity in a properly authenticated, authorised and audited way.
Single Sign On (SSO)
This user and session authentication service means an individual can use one set of login credentials – such as name and password – to access multiple applications securely. The end user is authenticated for all the applications they have access rights for, with any additional prompts removed when the switches applications during the same session. Your SSO service also means you can log and track user activities and monitor your user accounts.
User and Entity Behaviour Analytics (UEBA)
Our UEBA solutions can help you to identify security vulnerabilities and so protect your business against cyber attacks.
We can analyse the activities and behaviours of your employees, along with outsiders connected to your networks (such as third party suppliers or contractors) and flag security vulnerabilities across your organisation’s assets that hold sensitive data.
Secure Passwords and Password Management
In a world of multiple and supposedly secure passwords for each cloud app and secure website, our solutions enable a smarter, more secure and controlled approach to managing and using passwords, insulating users from any issues around creating and using their own secure passwords and so protecting the business and its data.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Our MFA solutions deliver layered defence, making it far more difficult for an unauthorised intruder to access a target such as a device, network or physical location. This security system requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify a user’s identity for a login or other activity: typically what a particular user knows (e.g. password), what the user has (security token) and what the user is (biometric verification). The end result is even tighter cloud security.