Avatier Joins Identity Defined Security Alliance
As a member of IDSA, Avatier adds expertise to develop new standards and best practices for identity security, management and administration
Avatier Corporation, the pioneers of work from anywhere (WFA) Identity Governance & Administration (IGA) cloud service, container solutions and access governance solutions, has joined the Identity Defined Security Alliance, the industry group made up of vendors, solution providers and practitioners seeking to provide practical guidance to identity-centric security. As a member of IDSA, Avatier will be able to contribute to developing best practices and educating technology professionals about issues related to Single Sign-On (SSO), Identity Access Management (IAM) and Identity Governance and Administration (IGA).
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Avatier develops identity management and governance platforms that enable organizations to scale faster, innovate quicker and embrace change more securely. Avatier’s IAM and IGA solutions do not require client software so management is in real-time across any platform such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Teams or iOS and Android and the company’s Identity Anywhere platform is always on, so it can deliver push notifications as well as handling issues such as self-service password management. Avatier also uses the latest Docker container technology providing maximum portability, flexibility, scale and security to its customers.
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Avatier already has added to the conversation about identity management and security governance. Avatier was one of the experts enlisted for an IDSA Security Outcome Deep Dive webinar entitled, “Privileged user accounts and entitlements are granted through governance-driven provisioning.” As part of the webinar, Chris Arnold, Avatier’s Vice President of Development, offered his insight into application and asset provisioning, including security controls and compliance for regulations such as PCI, HIPPA and SOX. The webinar outlines identity security approaches based on vendor-neutral guidelines published by the IDSA.
“The best way to secure our customers against intruders is by working together to defeat attackers,” said Arnold. “Participation in the IDSA allows vendors and security practitioners to collaborate to develop solutions that will secure systems not just today but into the future. Our mutual goal is to develop common approaches and recognized best practices defining how to deploy effective identity-defined security.”