It’s April 13th and National Identity Management Day. Do you know where your identities are? April 13th is not just an excuse to have a once a year reflection on the role “identity” plays, but an annual reminder that we need to place a focus each and every day on this critical component of IT and security.
Organizations want to reduce complexity and achieve more control across an increasingly complicated technology landscape. Organizations are adapting their identity infrastructure as the new control plane to address these security, identity, and compliance changes. Oracle IAM Upgrade Factory is Oracle’s focused effort to help customers accelerate their uptake of the latest version of Oracle Identity and Access Management software.
In the world of business technology, the requirements for permissions vary. While some may be standard, others are more situational in nature. OCI IAM policies enable organizations to have the flexibility to successfully restrict or allow access to meet their situational needs.
Irrespective of which Oracle cloud services you may be using, the topic of Identity and Access Management (IAM) will surface. In this blog post, I'll share some best practices for customers with regard to integrating IAM in the cloud.
When the Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) deployment model began building momentum early last decade, adoption was primarily driven by the need to keep up with the onboarding of SaaS applications. But IDaaS is taking an increasingly important role and many of our customers want to move more IAM functionality to our IDaaS solution.
Oracle is happy to announce the general availability of FIDO2 WebAuthn for our cloud identity service. This means that websites and applications that are protected by Oracle can enable their audience of users to authenticate with FIDO2 authenticators for multi-factor authentication (MFA) as well as passwordless authentication.