Wednesday Jul 22, 2015

Press Release: Oracle Integrates Mobile Security into Identity and Access Management Platform


Today, Oracle released a Press Release announcing the availability of Identity Management 11gR2 PS3 (Patchset 3). This update to the IDM 11gR2 solution brings forth some groundbreaking new capabilities for our customers to enable organizations to realize success in the areas of new digital business and unifying identities across applications. This greatly simplifies the on-boarding of new users, applications and services such as mobile and cloud.  

Some of the new aspects of the PS3 update include a new "Business Friendly" user interface which provides a single console view of your provisioning, approval workflows, entitlement management, and more.

The update also introduces new capabilities around mobile security with the expansion of Oracle's Mobile Security offering to include Enterprise Mobility Management. This is achieved through the inclusion of Mobile Device Management capabilities as well as a consolidated policy management framework for simplified provisioning of devices, applications and access.

New materials that have been created to help you evaluate this new update include:

Stay tuned to the Oracle Identity Management product page for the latest information on how Oracle is able to solve today's business challenges, and stay on top of the latest information with Oracle's Twitter and Facebook pages.

Wednesday Feb 26, 2014

Announcing Oracle Mobile Security Suite: Secure Deployment of Applications and Access for Mobile

Today, Oracle has announced a new offering, Oracle Mobile Security Suite, which will provide access to sensitive applications and data on personal or corporate owned devices.  This new offering will give enterprises unparalleled capabilities in how they contain, control and enhance the mobile experience.


A great deal of effort has been placed into analyzing how corporations are leveraging the mobile platform today, as well as how they will use this platform in the future. Corporate IT has spoken loud and clear of the challenges they face around lengthy provisioning times for access to applications and services, as well as the need for managing the increased usage of applications.  Recent industry reports show how significant the risks can be.  1 A detailed assessment of one of the most popular application marketplaces shows that 100% of the top 100 paid apps have some form of rogue variant posted within the same marketplace. As credential theft is on the rise, one of the targets this is being achieved is on the mobile device with rogue apps or Malware with embedded keystroke recorders or collection tools that send back other critical data from the device.

One of the great new features of the Oracle Mobile Security Suite (OMSS)  is through the use of containers.  Containers allow OMSS to create a secure workspace within the device, where corporate applications, email, data and more can reside. This workspace utilizes its own secure communications back to the back end cloud or corporate systems, independent of VPN.  This means that corporate information is maintained and managed separate of the personal content on the device giving end users the added flexibility of using personal devices without impacting the corporate workspace.  Remote wipe of data now doesn't impact the entire device, rather, only the contents of the corporate workspace.  New policies and changes in access and applications can be applied whenever a user authenticates into their workspace, without having to rebuild or re-wrap any applications in the process, unlike other offerings.  This is a very unique approach for Oracle.

More details on this new release at  http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/2157116

Rounding out this offering, are capabilities that enable the complete end to end provisioning of access, Single Sign-on within the container, enterprise app store and much more.  

Technical Whitepaper: Extending Enterprise Access and Governance with Oracle Mobile Security

For the latest information on Oracle's Mobile Strategy, please visit the Oracle Mobile Security Suite product page, or check back for upcoming Mobile Security postings on the Oracle IDM blog page this March. 

1 2013 X-Force Internet Threat Report


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Oracle Identity Management is a complete and integrated next-generation identity management platform that provides breakthrough scalability; enables organizations to achieve rapid compliance with regulatory mandates; secures sensitive applications and data regardless of whether they are hosted on-premise or in a cloud; and reduces operational costs. Oracle Identity Management enables secure user access to resources anytime on any device.

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