Company Believes Recognition Further Validates it as a Leader in Unified Identity Security
One Identity, a leader in unified identity security, announced that it has been positioned by Gartner as a Leader in the 2022 Magic Quadrant for Privileged Access Management (PAM) for its One Identity Safeguard offering. This is the company’s fourth consecutive year being positioned in this report, receiving recognition based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
Today nearly half of organizations are using more than 25 different systems to manage access rights, which results in a fragmented identity security approach and significant vulnerability to attacks. To combat this challenge, organizations need unified identity security solutions that build and maintain a holistic security posture on top of identity to better manage access and authentication. As one of the first companies to integrate its PAM offering into a Unified Identity Security Platform, One Identity helps organizations shift from a siloed to a comprehensive approach to identity security.
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“As organizations move into a cloud and digital-first era, protecting, authenticating, managing, and enabling identity is critical—and without a holistic approach, organizations are more vulnerable to attacks,” said Darren Thomson, Vice President of Product Marketing at One Identity. “One Identity’s Unified Identity Security Platform was one of the first to break down identity silos and in turn, helps tame identity sprawl and deliver a greater value to our customers.”
One Identity’s PAM suite is an integral part of the company’s Unified Identity Security Platform, which allows organizations to collect, store, manage, authenticate, record, and analyze privileged access accounts. Along with PAM, One Identity’s solutions for Identity Governance & Administration (IGA), Identity and Access Management (IAM), and Active Directory Management and Security (ADMS) are unified within the platform to help organizations transform their identity security strategy by simplifying access management, reducing IT costs, and improving overall security.
As per Gartner, “By 2025, 70% of new access management, governance, administration and privileged access deployments will be converged identity and access management platforms.” This finding underlines the need within the security market to have offerings that unite all four elements of identity to achieve core security initiatives.
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