Gartner published an updated Critical Capabilities for Identity Governance and Administration (IGA). Oracle received highest scores for 4 of the 11 capabilities evaluated, which is the most of all the vendors included in the report. Oracle’s overall strong product scores show that IGA continues to be a strong product with continued development and innovation.
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.
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.
Welcome to the final article in my series, where we have been discussing “Enhancing EBS Security on OCI”. We have covered a lot of ground in this series, looking at a range of threats that need addressing for your EBS (or any enterprise) application being moved to the Cloud. In this article, we will be looking at the final threat on my list, Database Bypass.
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.
Welcome to the third article in my series on “Enhancing EBS Security on OCI”. In the first article, I looked at the threats and risks associated with moving an application like EBS to the Cloud, and also discussed the first attack vector, Infrastructure Attack. The second article then looked at enhancing user security. In this article, I am going to talk about the threats to EBS itself, as an application exposed to the internet. I’ll then look at how you can apply Cloud-based...