By Eric Renaud-Oracle on Oct 23, 2014
Equipped with requirements to provide customers with access to information on product-testing and certification status, as well as additional information on the company’s services, UL needed to ensure that it could provide this information without exposing confidential intellectual property information to the wrong parties. In pursuit of these goals, UL initiated a three-year security and identity-management evolution process relying on Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite to authenticate users and provide an access-control framework built on the company’s business taxonomy.
Using Oracle API Gateway, UL can provide its customers with a user interface giving them control over defining their own identities and providing specific employees within their organizations with access to the UL information stores associated with them. This federation capability enables UL’s customers to manage their own user provisioning and make adjustments as needed, while freeing UL from needing to provision or deprovision customer users - boosting security as any user who leaves a customer organization is automatically deprovisioned and denied access.
Click here for more about the UL deployment of Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite and Oracle API Gateway.
For more information about Oracle API Gateway, read these previous OracleIDM blog entries:
What Can Oracle API Gateway Do for You?
Embracing Mobility in the Workspace: Oracle API Gateway