IDdriven, the developer of the new breed of Identity and Access Management solutions, has launched signature IDdriven Identity as a Service (IDaaS) solution; a market solution that was built to address stationary access borders at large enterprises.
The solution has been heavily featured in the technology trade media.
In an article titled, “IDdriven Provides Role and Zone-Based Access Control” published May 4, SecureIDNews wrote: IDdriven is a new ID as a Service offering for any size business that wants to control data access in the work-from-anywhere-on-multiple-devices world. It brings a different approach to role and zone-based access control, ensuring that company accounts remain secure.
“Securing these identities is a must for all businesses, and there is no room for solution startup time. This is where the new breed of Identity and Access Management (IAM) erupts,” says CEO Arend Verweij. “With a simple and intuitive installation, IDdriven is securing the new perimeter — identity.”
The cloud-based platform can be up and running within minutes, adding a layer of security that travels with each employee. “Employees will only have access to company applications and data in regards to their access rights dictated by their role within the company — and when they are within a predefined area or location,” according to Verweij.
According to a recent report, the IAM market is expected to reach more than $18 billion by 2019. The adoption of the cloud is the primary driver of this exponential growth, creating the need for a secure solution that can scale quickly, in on-premise environments and across cloud applications, without the additional costs of installation and unnecessary hardware.
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