It’s only 56 days in to 2020 and we are already excited about the continuing momentum into the new decade! We are pleased to announce two new vendor members to the Alliance — Avatier and ForgeRock — and thrilled to add their voices and expertise to our team of identity and security leaders. In addition, we have provided our latest iteration of the Identity Defined Security Framework for community review and look forward to hosting a security leader panel discussion next week during the RSA Conference in San Francisco.
As part of the mission of the IDSA, vendor members collaborate to develop best practices and practical guidance for organizations seeking to improve their security posture though identity-centric security strategies. The latest iteration of the Identity Defined Security Framework gives security practitioners a flexible library of best practices, security outcomes, and implementation approaches that also map to well-known security and compliance frameworks and approaches, including NIST, HIPAA, CARTA and Zero Trust. Identity and security practitioners are encouraged to participate in the community review of the latest iteration
Quotes from new members:
Avatier IGA, SSO, and Password Management containerized solutions are designed to continuously secure your SaaS, DevOps, and legacy infrastructures using powerful mobile, web, and AI omni-channel chatbot technology.
“At Avatier, we believe in creating and adopting industry standards to achieve the highest levels of security ensuring our customers their best of breed approach to Identity Management meets all of their compliance needs. As part of IDSA, we look forward to collaborating with other members to elevate and broaden the role of identity in security strategies, as well as develop integrated solutions, providing a common interface and delivering even more simplified and secure identity-centric approaches to our customers”– Nelson Cicchitto, chairman and CEO, Avatier
ForgeRock delivers Identity and Access Management solutions for consumers, employees and things that orchestrate, manage, and secure the complete lifecycle of identities from dynamic access controls, governance, APIs, and storing authoritative data.
“Identity professionals have known for years that Identity is a keystone technology for achieving optimal IT security. IDSA is doing a remarkable job of creating, tools, documentation and content that prove the business case that Identity should be at the center of any Security Program. ForgeRock is so excited to be a part of that.”– Ben Goodman, SVP global corporate and business development, ForgeRock
If you are attending RSA next week in San Francisco, join us for an insightful and engaging security leader panel that will explore the state of identity, the role of identity in Zero Trust initiatives, and how organizations can improve their security posture through identity-centric security strategies.
IDSA Security Leader Panel: Is the Future of Security Identity Centric?
Tuesday, February 25th, 4:00-5:30pm
Jersey Pizza, 145 2nd St
James Carder, CSO and VP, LogRhythm Labs
Morey Haber, CTO and CISO, BeyondTrust
Den Jones, Director of Enterprise Security, Adobe
Clint Maples, Security Program Advisor, SigFig
Julie Talbot-Hubbard, GM and Global VP Data and Identity Management, Optiv
Also make sure to visit our member companies to learn more about their solutions and contributions to the IDSA: AppGate, BeyondTrust, Banyan Security, Centrify, CyberArk, ForgeRock, Okta,Optiv, Ping Identity,SailPoint, Saviynt, Thales and VMware.