AD-Joined: Okta Advanced Server Access Offers New Flexibility

According to the Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report, servers are the #1 most-targeted asset in security incidents. This means that critical server infrastructure, whether native to the cloud or on-premises, must be prioritized as part of an organization’s modern security posture. To this end, Okta Advanced Server Access (ASA) enables…

Customers Recognize Okta as a Gartner Peer Insights™ Customers' Choice for Access Management for the Fourth Time in a Row

At Okta, we immensely value every one of our 15,000+ customers around the world—they are our number one priority. High praise and trust from these businesses are Okta’s ultimate barometers for success, which is why we are incredibly proud to be named a Customers’ Choice in the 2022 Gartner® Peer Insights™ “Voice of the Customer” report for Access…

Universal Directory Enhancements are Scaling With You

The digital transformation of the last decade has come with many unexpected byproducts. A key one is the proliferation of user data stores, especially among cloud apps holding their own user-identity databases. A centralized identity management system is critical. Okta Universal Directory (UD) was built to control this sprawl of user attributes…

Raising the Bar on Identity: One Year of Okta + Auth0

Today marks one year since Okta and Auth0 officially teamed up to lead together in the customer identity and access management (CIAM) market. While we’re still early in our journey, we couldn’t be happier with the momentum we’ve generated as a combined company over the last year. Here’s what we’ve learned so far and a look ahead at what’s next…

Founders in Focus: Wayne Chang of Spruce

Each month we highlight one of the founders of Okta Ventures’ portfolio companies. You’ll get to know more about them and learn how they work with Okta. This month we’re speaking with Wayne Chang of Spruce. What is Spruce and what is your mission? Spruce is an open-source software company with the mission to let users control their data across the…

Okta Concludes its Investigation Into the January 2022 Compromise

We have concluded our investigation into the January 2022 compromise of our third-party vendor. At the outset of our investigation, we focused on a five-day window of time, between January 16 and 21, when the third-party forensic firm, engaged by our vendor Sitel, indicated that the threat actor had access to their environment. Based on that…

Okta’s Investigation of the January 2022 Compromise

This update was posted at 8:50 AM, Pacific Time. ++ On March 22, 2022, nearly 24 hours ago, a number of screenshots were published online that were taken from a computer used by one of Okta’s third-party customer support engineers. The sharing of these screenshots is embarrassing for myself and the whole Okta team.  In this post, I want to provide…

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