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One Identity Announces Innovations to Security Platform

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Following the purchase of One Login last year, One Identity, a pioneer in unified identity security, today announced additional advancements to its Unified Identity Security Platform. In addition to One Identity's best-in-class offerings in Identity Governance and Administration (IGA), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Privileged Access Management (PAM), and Active Directory Management and Security (ADMS), the incorporation of OneLogin to the platform allows organizations to transition from a factionalized to a holistic approach to identity security.

The inclusion of Safeguard Alchemy, a seamless on-boarding for PAM through One Identity's Starling platform, as well as device-level MFA, which offers the capability of secure MFA login access to devices, to the Unified Identity Security Platform. These new capabilities complement the platform's comprehensive analytics, as does a new passwordless auto-login function in One Identity's Safeguard product. Organizations can enable Zero Trust enforcement of access rights by ensuring the proper access permissions are provided throughout the company using a new entitlement right-sizing function.

“The acquisition of OneLogin last year was a critical step for us to be able to deliver a complete and unified security strategy to our customers. Traditional identity and access management tools manage environments in a disjointed manner, leading to identity sprawl — a fragmented and inefficient approach to identity security. One Identity is transforming the way its customers are able to manage and protect access to their most valuable assets — people, identities and data — with a now complete powerful suite of identity security solutions that help simplify access management, reduce IT costs, improve security, and enhance user experience.”

Bhagwat Swaroop, President and General Manager at One Identity

Customers can now safeguard Windows workstations with industry-standard multi-factor authentication (MFA), leverage system-level checks to improve cybersecurity, and close security gaps in a distributed workforce and infrastructure by utilizing a combination of two powerful MFA solutions from OneLogin and One Identity. This desktop level multi-factor authentication is one of the core characteristics that distinguishes One Identity from other identity and access management suppliers, allowing enterprises to expedite cloud migration and easily scale, protect, and manage identities.

The integration of OneLogin and One Identity Manager also provides customers with a centralized and mature IAM and IGA on-boarding and full identity lifecycle solution, including SSO and MFA that addresses enterprise provisioning, user self-service, approval workflows, user access attestation, user access termination, time-based access, and compliance reporting.

As security breaches become more common and cybersecurity requirements get more stringent, One Identity assists clients in their transition to a Zero Trust security approach. With the integration of OneLogin into One Identity's Single Identity Security Platform, the firm provides enterprises with an united picture of users, accounts, machine identities, and accounts, transforming businesses from fragmented to unified. This platform uses identity intelligence and analytics to provide cybersecurity professionals with a clear picture of their risk profile and the ability to take remedial steps as required.

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