Identity management security protects enterprise data
The fastest growing unmanaged risk to the protection of enterprise information assets (patient records, loan applications, financial transactions, and intellectual property) is from within organizations themselves. Identity management security solutions can help ensure that only authorized users can access critical corporate data. However, rolling out a complete identity management solution is often a challenge to manage and expensive to deploy. These problems make it difficult for IT departments and organizations to gain value from their identity management efforts. For an affordable, easy-to-use identity management solution that delivers on its promises, organizations turn to Imprivata.
Imprivata: superior identity management security solutions
Imprivata OneSign® packages identity management security solutions in an affordable and easy-to-manage appliance. With OneSign you get a unified approach to identity management security that provides a single solution for securely authenticating users, streamlining application access, and simplifying compliance reporting. OneSign is non-intrusive, easy to manage, and requires no additional hardware or software to get you to an identity management win. Imprivata's identity management solution has few infrastructure needs and it minimizes the cost of deployment to deliver fast return on your investment. OneSign integrates easily with existing IT infrastructure and requires no coding, and no changes to directories.
The Imprivata OneSign platform consists of:
OneSign Authentication Management: an appliance-based approach to identity management that provides built-in support for strong authentication. Imprivata OneSign strengthens user authentication at the desktop, network, application, and transaction levels by replacing weak desktops and remote VPN passwords with a broad range of strong authentication options (including finger biometrics authentication, proximity cards, smart cards, many national and government ID cards, One-Time-Password tokens, and other multifactor authentication methods).
OneSign provides a single framework for managing strong authentication devices effectively and efficiently. And as an appliance, OneSign creates value and cost savings right out of the box by reducing installation time, minimizing infrastructure needs, and cutting the costs of deployment and management.
OneSign Single Sign-On (SSO) streamlines application access and eliminates password headaches by enabling all enterprise applications for SSO, without requiring custom scripting, modifications to existing directories, or disruptive changes to workflows. With OneSign Single Sign-On organizations can speed, and secure access to their corporate applications, improve employee productivity and satisfaction, and reduce the high costs of password management and high volumes of password reset call that burden your IT Help Desk.
Imprivata OneSign also reduces the time and complexity of demonstrating compliance with data security protection and privacy regulations. By tracking and consolidating disparate employee access events, organizations can rapidly respond to audit inquiries with real-time, aggregated views of when, how, and from where an employee gained network and application access.
OneSign integrates with your favorite directories, provisioning systems and context management solutions to ensure your complete identity management security solution is effective and returns value at a speed that is right for your organization.
Learn more about Imprivata's identity management security technology as well as Active Directory SSO, biometric authentication, HIPAA compliance, single sign on server, and information about 'What is SSO?'
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