As we wrap up a great year for the Identity Defined Security Alliance, we are pleased to announced four new vendor members to the Alliance: Omada, Remediant, Saviynt and SecZetta. We are excited to have these identity and security leaders join us in our mission to help organizations reduce risk by providing education, best practices and resources to implement identity centric security. With that mission in mind, the IDSA members consisting of vendors, solution providers and practitioners, have worked together in 2019 to provide a number of resources focused on IAM Best Practices, Zero Trust, whitepapers and webinars and customer implementation stories.
Quotes from new members:
Omada delivers services within identity and access governance, risk management, compliance, role-based access management, and process governance.
“We’re excited about the opportunities for collaborative solutions that our membership of IDSA will lead to. Our long-term vision, Do More with Identity, aligns perfectly with the mission of the alliance. Our customers expect that we continuously drive product innovation and further expand our best practice processes framework while supporting scenarios which spans multiple vendors in the cyber security space.”– Erik Dibbern, CTO, Omada
Remediant provides solutions that enable real-time monitoring, zero trust protection of privileged accounts and just-in-time administration (JITA) across IT/Security ecosystems.
“The field of identity-centric security is evolving very quickly. The IDSA is an invaluable nexus for innovators in the space. Remediant is proud to be a member, as we drive forward new concepts in the Privileged Access Management space such as Zero Standing Privilege (ZSP).”-Paul Lanzi, Remediant Co-Founder
Saviynt provides a platform that brings together intelligent identity governance & management, application GRC, identity-centric cloud security and cloud privileged access management.
“Saviynt is excited to become a member of the IDSA in an effort to help organizations mitigate risk and achieve their regulatory & compliance goals. Saviynt’s goal is to evolve identity to support enterprise’s cloud first and digital transformation initiatives by automation and consistent enforcement of security and compliance objectives across multi-cloud, multi-channel and critical hybrid IT assets. Forging a partnership with IDSA allows Saviynt to collaborate with other members to make security smarter and maximize Identity to drive great results for customers”-Chris Gregory, Vice President of Channel Operations & Development, Saviynt
SecZetta provides identity lifecycle management and identity and access management software and services for non-employee identities.
“At SecZetta, working together with other security experts and organizations like IDSA is an inextricable part of our ideology. For too long, our adversaries have demonstrated the harmful impact their collaborations have had on organizations, it’s time we had a more unified approach in defeating them.”-David Pignolet, CEO of SecZetta
If you are attending the Gartner IAM Summit this week in Las Vegas, make sure to visit our new members and other sponsoring member companies to learn more about their solutions and contributions to the IDSA: BeyondTrust, Banyan Security, Centrify, CyberArk, Focal Point Data Risk, Idaptive, NextLabs, Okta, Omada, One Identity, Optiv, Ping Identity, Remediant, SailPoint, Saviynt, SecureAuth, SecZetta, STEALTHbits, Thales.