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  • 1911
  • $50BN to $100BN
BFSI, Education, Manufacturing, Energy and Power, Retail and Consumer Goods, Healthcare and Life Sciences, IT and Telecom, Government and Public Sector
Europe, Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, North America
Company Overview

Privileged Access Management

IBM’s Privileged Access Management (PAM) delivers a comprehensive solution that emphases on user outcomes and defends a business from credential misuse. IBM PAM constricts the attack surface linked with the company’s privileged credentials, and enables them to establish compliance, allowing long-term operational effectiveness with a scalable PAM platform.

Access Management
IBM Cloud Identity makes logging in easy for users and secures enterprises. It integrates all applications under one access management platform with its single sign-on (SSO) capability. It also fulfills all the latest industry standards including OIDC, SAML and OAuth and leverages numerous prebuilt connectors to federate access to cloud apps like Office365 and Salesforce.

IBM provides users with incessant and secured authentication to native, web, mobile, and cloud applications. It supports user authentication methods like biometrics, FIDO2 U2F, FaceID, Touch ID, email/SMS one-time-passwords, and soft tokens. The company also offers developer toolkits to develop user authentication into native, mobile, IoT and web applications. 

Identity Governance  
IBM Cloud Identity safely grants access rights and entitlements within enterprises. It improves visibility into the way access is being used, prioritize compliance actions with risk-based insights, and make insightful decisions with actionable intelligence.

IBM provides easy integration and customization capabilities in its offerings such as customer queries which are resolved on priority. It allows access rights, provides single sign-on from any device, enhances security with multi-factor authentication, enables user lifecycle management, and protects privileged accounts.

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