Do you Trust Social, Mobile, Cloud?
By Michelle Kimihira on Mar 18, 2013
Identity Management Product Marketing Team
The last decade or so there has been a complete transformation in the way we work or how we consume information. Work is no longer about geography, it is an activity. “Company resources” are not just servers and systems in your server room, these could be in a data center, in the cloud or even the employees’ smart phones, iPads, tablets and more. Users of these “company resources” could be employees with physical badges, vendors, partners or customers connecting through the social media channels as Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest. Work can happen anywhere, via any device, through any network (intranet/social media channels/internet) leveraging company resources.
And why are organizations adapting this “work anywhere, anytime” model? The reasons are plenty - to improve efficiency, bring agility, build user productivity, offer seamless user experience to its customers or to simply establish a trust relationship with the customer. Social, Mobile and Cloud (SoMoClo) together is a business opportunity, a competitive advantage that organizations are seeking. And Security is the lynchpin in this new work order. Without a secure, seamless digital experience, it all falls apart.
With each new experience, the security risk increases. Each channel presents its own security points of failure. How can my company enable social trust as a means of connecting to customers & employees? How do I accommodate dynamic workgroups and teams of people around the globe that need to be part of my value chain? Is the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) threatening the security of my digital and intellectual property? How can I securely connect mobile devices to my enterprise without compromising security? Are my applications secure enough to be cloud ready?
The security solution, thus, needs to scale and span across all the channels, encompass the growing breadth of both the “company resources” and the user population. The solution needs to provide the foundation (a platform) that feeds uniform security policies and extends identity context to the complete digital experience.
Naresh Persaud, Director, Security and Identity Management at Oracle, discusses the IT transformation driven by SoMoClo and underscores the need for a sound security solution. Catch this brief screencast on Securing the New Digital Experience to learn how the latest advances in Oracle Identity Management and Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions are fueling the transformation that is driving innovation in IT today.
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