Gartner Names Authomize as a 2021 Cool Vendor in Identity-First Security

Authomize, the first Identity and Security Management Platform (IDSM), announced that it has been named a Cool Vendor by Gartner in the Identity-First Security category.

In their report, Gartner’s analysts write that, “What is cool about Authomize is that it is the first CIEM vendor to offer a bigger set of capabilities that is more aligned with IGA challenges and broader identity security management.”

Marketing Technology News: Alliance Develops Shared Diversity and Inclusion Goals

Authomize’s “SmartGroup” technology was highlighted in the report for its ability to aggregate data across a wide range of IT environments, and analyse the behavioral and real-time data to right-size permissions for every identity in the organization.

As noted in Gartner’s analysis, there is increased interest from social media discussions around the SmartGroup technology, further validating Authomize’s position that there is a significant demand in the market for solutions that can accommodate the scale and needs of the modern enterprise.

As enterprises are rapidly expanding the number of human and machine identities within their organization, they face an increased burden on compliance and security.

Authomize’s ability to analyze risks and automate management at scale provides organizations the capabilities that they require to shorten time to resolution for access requests while ensuring that every identity has exactly the level of access that it requires to perform its duties securely.

Marketing Technology News: MarTech Interview with Clarence Kam, Chief Product Officer at JW Player

“We’re thrilled to be recognized by Gartner as a Gartner Cool Vendor in Identity-First Security category,” says Authomize’s Co-founder and CTO Gal Diskin, noting that, “This award validates our rapid growth and customer trust during our first year since emerging from stealth.”

“The report highlights how our platform solves the growing challenges organizations are facing when it comes to authorization,” says Diskin, explaining that “As organizations grow, ensuring that employees have the exact permissions they need is a crucial part of every security team’s strategy.”