IAM

Identity and access management (IAM) tools connect users to the systems and tools they rely on, easing experience for users, menial tasks for IT, and security for both. As the leading provider of identity for the enterprise, Okta has much to say about IAM. Here’s a sample of our thoughts.

Trailblazing Okta distributor Distology is helping partners thrive in a fast-changing world. Here’s how:

As spending in the global cybersecurity market continues to increase, so does the number of organizations, tools, professionals, products, developers, and partners offering security solutions. Even for professionals, choosing the right one can be a daunting task. That’s why IT distributor Distology takes matters into its own hands, continually…

Oktane20 Live: Identity Stories, Straight From Our Customers

Nothing is more important than the health and safety of the Okta community, so Oktane20 is going virtual this year—available to anyone, free of charge. We couldn’t be more excited to share our great lineup of speakers, trainings, and networking opportunities. Check out the full, updated agenda on oktane20.com. This year, former Secretary of State…

The Top 5 Benefits Companies Have Seen from Using Okta

To date, there’s no single platform that can deliver all the functionality needed in today’s eclectic digital workplace. Most companies use a mix of suites, sometimes utilizing both cloud and on-premises solutions, to fit their particular needs. It’s a best-of-breed approach, and it requires a solution that can seamlessly integrate the various…

4 Tools to Keep in your Risk-Assessment Toolbox

As more companies move to support cloud-based environments to work with better mobility and flexibility, their number of vulnerability points also increase. A thriving underground economy that trades in hacking tools, cyber crime services, stolen data, and credentials is estimated to be worth $600 billion annually—that’s more than the film, gaming…

5 Top Enterprises Making IAM a Priority

To be competitive is to be proactive. Companies in every industry have to identify and address demands if they’re to get (and stay) ahead. Each company has its own challenges, but the need to modernize IT impacts organizations across all industries. A major part of this modernization is improved identity and access management (IAM). Companies need…

IAM—Who’s Ultimately Responsible?

It’s a familiar tale. HR wants to increase efficiency. Security needs to reduce the risk of a breach. Legal have their eye on safeguarding, and IT are swamped with reset requests. For modern businesses, a wide array of stakeholders have an interest in streamlining processes, protecting their people, knocking down the proverbial walls of the…

The Importance of SSO in Enterprise IAM

In today’s identity management climate, single sign-on (SSO) capability is critical to the success of enterprise identity and access management (IAM). IT departments face growing demands: managing thousands of users, both internal and external, who each need access to an increasing number of cloud-based applications. Adding to this complexity is…

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