Omada, a worldwide provider of Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) solution announced an integration with SecZetta, a leading provider of third-party identity risk management solutions. Companies will be able to minimize the risk of third-party data breaches as a result of the integration.

SecZetta delivers easy-to-use, purpose-built third-party identity risk solutions to assist organizations in implementing risk-based identity access and lifecycle strategies for third-party non-employee populations such as contractors, supply chain, suppliers, partners, bots, and more. SecZetta information on managing third-party identities, onboarding, role changes, contract extension, termination, and identity risk management is used by Omada to help third-party users make better access decisions.

Companies are in danger because of this absence of protocol with non-employees; an estimated two-thirds of data breaches nowadays are caused by a third party. Businesses require a way to track and manage all of the people and things who have access to corporate systems. SecZetta uses a collaborative onboarding process to gather contextual information on third-party non-employees, which it then sends to Omada for providing and de-provisioning of access, as well as identity governance and access for SecZetta’s customers.

“Organizations are hyper-focused on adopting Zero Trust policies in the hope of reducing the risk of access-related cybersecurity incidents. Our integration with Omada enables organizations to extend the diligence they have around providing least privilege access to employees to their riskier, non-employee users,” said Jeremy Rohrs, Senior Vice President of Global Sales & Business Development, SecZetta.

“With most organizations today relying on third parties to achieve business goals, it’s critical to get access management right. It’s a balance between security and productivity – and that’s what this integration provides. Organizations can work confidently with non-employees, knowing they are all fully accounted for without creating a drag on IT resources,” said Michael Garrett, CEO, Omada.