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This guide describes using PingOne to authenticate users into the Identity Manager 8.1.x
The DevOps movement has taken organizations by storm. The move to build automation, and continuous integration and deployment, allows companies to be more agile, but security must still be paramount.Today, developers leverage automation tools, use configuration/infrastructure as code and deploy solutions via orchestrati
This document describes the security features of One Identity Manager, including access control, protection of customer data and secure network communication.
Here are eight key practices, gleaned from years of experience and informed by this key insight, that will help you improve your identity management system to ensure better security, efficiency and compliance.
Learn how you can use PingFederate to authenticate users into the Identity Manager Web Portal
Learn how you can use PingFederate to authenticate users into the Identity Manager 8.0.2+ Web Portal
Learn how to streamline your organization's application lifecycle management from deployment with Identity Manager Application Governance Module.
Active Roles Just-in-Time Provisioning for Safeguard automatically assigns privileges at the time of a credential check-out – and immediately removes privileged access when task is completed. Extends AD control far beyond Windows users, such as Linux/ UNI
Streamline user identity management, privilege access and security
Provide security and access rights to the appropriate users