IDaaS / Identity-as-a-Service stories
HID reveals five themes reshaping the security industry
A new survey by HID reveals five pressing themes - sustainability, IDaas, digital IDs and mobile authentication, contactless biometrics and supply chain issues.
Entrust adds identity as a service to AWS Marketplace
Entrust Identity as a Service (IDaaS) offers a cloud-based solution, including multi-factor authentication, passwordless login, and adaptive authentication.
Atlassian to integrate Okta’s authentication solution in cloud products
This partnership enables Atlassian to focus on its core products while Okta solves for enterprise identity challenges, securing Atlassian customers.
Ping Identity snaps up new marketing exec from Intel
As the latest executive to join the business, Kevin Sellers brings more than 20 years of experience in brand and marketing to the leadership team.
Ping’s significant expansion of its cloud identity solution
PingOne for Customers adds new features designed to create seamless and secure user experiences.
Okta enables developers to create unlimited platform integrations
Advanced development functionality provided by Hooks opens the Okta Integration Network to a wide array of new types of custom, secure integrations.
Okta introduces customisable building blocks for identity verification
Passwordless authentication, progressive profiling, per-app branding and unlimited use cases are now possible with the Okta Identity Engine.
Ping Identity announces new Identity-as-a-Service solution
PingOne for Customers is built for the developer community and provides API-based identity services for customer-facing applications.
Three access management trends making waves in APAC
Consumer identity proofing, authentication, and authorisation will top the $37 billion value mark by 2023.
Kaseya launches IDaaS to help MSPs capture 'explosive' market
Kaseya has launched its cloud-based identity and access management solution for MSPs, aiming to capture a share of the booming IDaaS market.
Aussie data centre for Centrify as demand for local IDaaS grows
Centrify is opening its first Australian data centre as demand for its identity-as-a-service offerings and in-region data storage grows.