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IBM integrates Okta identity solutions to cloud offerings
“We’re excited to formalise the partnership to provide our joint customers with the technology to help secure their organisations.”
Okta updates partner programme for 2020
Provides new technical training, accreditation, and marketing and strategy support for partners worldwide.
Okta appoints NEXTGEN as first A/NZ distie
Okta is the latest global vendor to tap into the growing need for security and identity solutions in A/NZ.
Okta report outlines the new decade, new apps & new ways to work
Businesses and employees are using more applications, new technologies, and learning more than ever before, according to Okta’s 2020 Businesses @ Work report.
Atlassian to integrate Okta’s authentication solution in cloud products
This partnership enables Atlassian to focus on its core products while Okta solves for enterprise identity challenges, securing Atlassian customers.
Okta launches offerings for threat detection and remediation
UserInsight introduces suspicious activity reporting for end users, and HealthInsight brings customised, dynamic security best practice recommendations for administrators.
Proofpoint integrates people-centric protection with Okta’s Identity Cloud
The partnership aims to bolster the security posture for organisations’ very attacked people (VAPs) by applying additional adaptive security controls.
VMware announces new features on Workspace ONE platform
The new management, security and multi-cloud VDI features will allow IT teams to leverage automation to intelligently manage and secure access to any app, on any cloud.
Exclusive: Okta’s APAC GM on its expansion strategy
As APAC organisations recognise the need for identity and access management solutions, Okta finds itself attracting attention from both partners and customers.
Okta cements its commitment to the APAC market
“Our investment in local infrastructure not only signals our growth plans as a company, but it is also an important step in ensuring that Okta will be able to support our customers as their requirements change over time.”
Exclusive: Okta CSO on scaling security alongside business growth
Yassir Abousselham shares his unique insights as the chief security officer of a fast-growing identity and access management service provider.
Okta launches $50mil fund to fuel identity solutions startups
The fund will seek out startups that are aligned with Okta's vision of enabling any organisation to use any technology.
Okta announces security layer for on-prem apps
For many organisations, the present and the future will be hybrid, with mission-critical applications residing both on-premises and across multi-cloud environments.
Okta launches risk-based authentication with machine learning
The new feature will allow enterprises to automate security by implementing significantly stronger authentication techniques and remediation when the scenario calls for it.
Okta brings centralised identity security to servers
“Server access has traditionally relied on shared credentials that may never change, and that creates significant vulnerabilities for large or growing organisations.”
Okta enables developers to create unlimited platform integrations
Advanced development functionality provided by Hooks opens the Okta Integration Network to a wide array of new types of custom, secure integrations.
Okta introduces customisable building blocks for identity verification
Passwordless authentication, progressive profiling, per-app branding and unlimited use cases are now possible with the Okta Identity Engine.
Okta to acquire Azuqua to connect business apps in the enterprise
The average Okta customer has 83 cloud apps, and 9% of customers have more than 200 cloud apps.
Okta: Reclaiming control over digital identity
What is a digital identity? Who is responsible for that information? And what rights do digital citizens have?
Security and mobility app adoption increasing - Okta
The fastest-of-the-fastest growing apps focus on identity-driven security, indicating that companies are taking Zero Trust seriously.
Stronger security needed before open banking arrives - Okta
As early as July 2019, Australian banks will need to have a system in place that both benefits customers and protects their personal data.
Exclusive: Okta’s new GM shares its APAC strategy
“We believe that partnering with systems integrators, independent software vendors and consulting companies is a key factor of success for Okta.”
Exclusive: Cybersecurity in the API economy
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are the cornerstone of both connected devices and the connected experience.
Yubico to provide hardware security key with Okta’s MFA
YubiKeys, hardware-based protection in the form of physical devices, provide an option for a second factor in Okta MFA.