SecZetta has collaborated with Active Cyber, a cloud consultancy firm that specializes in the implementation of cloud-based Identity & Access Management (IAM) solutions. SecZetta’s Third-Party Identity Risk solution will be sold by Active Cyber. It will also offer consulting and implementation services to organizations interested in implementing a comprehensive, zero-trust solution to their third-party non-employee challenges.
Kishore Vankayalapati, CIAM Practice Leader at Active Cyber commented, “Organizations are investing heavily in cybersecurity programs to make them more resilient against cyber-incidents and enable them to detect attacks in a shorter timeframe to minimize the costs associated with breaches.”
Almost every industry relies on a growing and increasingly diverse number of third parties to provide the elasticity required to respond to operational needs quickly and cost-effectively. Most organizations, however, lack a centralized way to track and manage their relationships with this growing number of non-employees, as well as the access to enterprise assets that they require.
SecZetta bridges the technological gap in third-party identity governance by providing third-party identity risk solutions that are simple to use and purpose-built to assist organizations in implementing risk-based identity access and lifecycle strategies for third-party non-employee populations. SecZetta adds the most value when combined with industry-leading IGA solutions like Okta and SailPoint.
Active Cyber adds value throughout the sales and delivery process by consulting with and advising customers on a complete, zero-trust solution to their third-party challenges, which includes SecZetta in addition to these other industry-leading identity solutions.
Jeremy Rohrs, SVP, global channel, alliances, and corporate development, SecZetta stated, “Active Cyber’s expertise uniquely positions them to advise clients around a true zero-trust approach to identity, ensuring both internal and external workforce needs are met for trusted, authoritative identity data that is essential for end-to-end identity governance. Non-employee identity governance is critical to limiting the attack surface of organizations relying on third-party services. We look forward to collaborating with Active Cyber to empower customers to maximize their use of third-party resources to support their business needs by managing the identity lifecycle and risk of third-party users and strengthening their resilience to identity-related cyber incidents.”
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