The product launch comes on the heels of Ping Identity’s acquisition of accells technologies. PingID features upgrades to PingFederate, PingAccess and PingOne.
“Companies are spending more than $40 billion on IT security technology while hackers cost the U.S. economy as much as $100 billion every year, and the undisputed majority of these breaches are password-related,” explained Andre Durand, CEO, Ping Identity, in a press release. “These economics tell a clear story: security approaches that target endpoints, networks and email are not equipped to cope with the increasingly mobile and cloud-connected world in which we live. With today’s announcements, Ping is excited to move one step forward in creating a safe and secure world where strong identity takes you anywhere.”
The PingID app delivers multi-factor mobile authentication to users for their smartphones. End users can swipe their smartphone for authentication to access applications and services.
With PingFederate (v7.2) and PingAccess (v3.0), users can move their business infrastructure into the cloud. Enterprises can extend their directory stores and authentication methods regardless of device.
PingOne, an IDaaS solution, allows access control and security policies the organization requires. Multi-factor authentication allows an extra layer of security to protect critical business applications. The internationalization features helps meet global enterprise requirements for non-English interfaces and allows the customization of personally identifiable information by region.
The updated versions of the three products are generally available.
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