Aquera and Oracle are excited to announce support of the Aquera SCIM Gateway for the Oracle Identity Cloud Service. The Aquera SCIM Gateway and catalog of over 400 connectors are now fully interoperable and supported with IDCS.
Oracle Identity Cloud Service provides users with the ability to securely govern their applications and perform single sign on, multi-factor authentication, user lifecycle management and API access management for a wide variety of cloud and on-premise applications. Working closely with our strategic partner, Kapstone Technologies LLC (KP), Oracle Identity Cloud Service now provides its customers greater flexibility and control over user lifecycle management activities through...
In a borderless world, enterprises are finding a more diverse set of threats, with their attack surfaces increasing with infinite points of infiltration. With mobile devices, BYOD, IoT, and ever-expanding connectivity, there is no true network perimeter. Users and their identities are the new perimeter. So in order to protect today’s organizations, we need to focus on protecting their identities.
Previous articles have talked about Oracle Identity Cloud Service and how it can greatly simplify single sign-on for Oracle E-Business Suite. With the latest release of IDCS, you can now manage the lifecycle of your EBS users directly from IDCS.
Oracle’s long history in identity and continued innovation is helping customers solve even the most demanding use cases. In our upcoming webinar, we will discuss Oracle’s comprehensive IAM strategy in depth and how it supports you through your journey with on-premises, hosted cloud, cloud native, hybrid and multi-cloud scenarios across all functional areas such as access, governance, directory and more.
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.