Join Oracle at Gartner Identity and Access Management Summit from December 10th-12th, 2019 in Las Vegas at Caesars Palace to learn how Oracle is addressing these issues with Identity at the core of the solution.
Organizations moving to the cloud are seeing traditional network perimeters vanish, leaving their users vulnerable to social engineering and phishing, and their applications vulnerable to data breaches. Multi-factor authentication gives organizations a crucial layer of security, securing end-user credentials and administrator access to on-premises and SaaS applications.
Legacy applications are becoming harder to manage and costly to migrate. Identity is critical to staying secure, and it must work with these applications and the entire hybrid IT infrastructure. Oracle’s identity solutions are built for these environments, with many strengths for the full breadth of Oracle business applications.
Mobile devices and the cloud platform have undeniably altered the traditional network perimeter. Your IT professionals can no longer assume trust across the stack as resources are available from anywhere and from any device. Oracle Identity Cloud Service provides built-in security for the Oracle Fusion SaaS stack and the extensions built by customers.
Oracle Identity Cloud Service(IDCS) a component of OCI is a modernized Identity as a Service(IDaaS) platform that enables you to streamline and automate user identity life cycle management, simplify user access with standards based single sign on into both SaaS and enterprise apps, and also secures your applications with context based multi-factor authentication policies and an adaptive intelligence risk engine.
In our virtual workshop, we’ll take a look at how to use Identity Cloud Service to integrate Oracle SaaS apps with your existing SSO infrastructure to ensure the right access for ERP users, protect the application from unauthorized access, and enforce strong authentication.
For those of you who haven't come across Oracle Identity Governance (OIG) before, it is a powerful, flexible and highly scalable enterprise identity management system to manage user and user access privilege lifecycle within enterprise IT resources. OIG's flexible data model allows modeling and managing user access across a very broad range of application types including ERP/CRM/HCM, LDAP, Active Directory, Databases, Mainframes and SaaS applications. OIG supports a number of...