The ForgeRock Identity Platform helps modern enterprises implement fine grained access control across a variety of resources and target systems. With Amazon Web Services launching session tags, this capability is now extended to one of the more valuable assets for an enterprise: it's cloud resources.
It’s a very exciting day for the entire ForgeRock team. The release of the ForgeRock Identity Cloud is a big step forward in our company’s transformation and our ambition to lead the next era of digital identity.
At ForgeRock, we’ve been providing identity solutions since before it was cool. Founded on open source identity tools originally built by Sun Microsystems nearly a decade ago, ForgeRock continues to lead the market in comprehensive and innovative identity solutions. We've long participated in Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Identity platforms like ForgeRock are the backbone of an enterprise, with a view of all apps, identities, devices, and resources attempting to connect with each other. This also makes them perfectly positioned to gather rich log identity data to use for preventing data breaches.
The common analogy for protecting computer networks has typically been that of the castle, complete with big walls and surrounding moat. Though this is a good one, the growth and innovation in security technology, including the Zero Trust Model, add complexities. Let’s take a look and see if the analogy still stands.
Have you ever run into a situation where you know exactly what you have to do to solve the problem but can’t do it? No, I’m not talking about fixing the last season of Game of Thrones. For those running legacy identity and access management (IAM) systems, the decision to modernize isn't so much about whether there is a problem but rather how to go about solving it.
I recently had the chance to do a podcast with my friend and colleague Tommy Cathey, ForgeRock RVP of Public Sector. Tommy and I have worked together for years, and I am thrilled that he is bringing his deep public sector knowledge to ForgeRock (and this podcast). In this podcast with Statescoop, we discussed how the State of Utah and other government agencies are cutting operating costs while improving citizen services & security through a consolidated IAM project.
Comparing and selecting digital identity providers for CIAM (customer identity and access management) is a daunting task. With the fast-paced nature of business and technology today, you need to ensure that you’re not only able to meet all your current requirements, but those to come. So, where to begin?
As one of the leading and most comprehensive digital identity providers on the market, we keep a finger on the pulse of trends necessitating better identity. As part of this ongoing practice, we have identified six important trends that are actively and interdependently shaping business and society — adding complexity to the landscape that organizations must navigate. To survive and thrive, organizations must be equipped to address each trend.
Virtual Banking is here. The recent issue of new Virtual Banking licenses in Hong Kong and the upcoming licenses in Singapore have spurred the need for building new age banking systems that leverage the latest technology stack. This is a great opportunity for some of the existing banks to re-imagine and rebuild their banking architecture, while for new entrants it’s an opportunity to define and build a modern banking solution; efficient and future proof.
ForgeRock securely connects people, devices, and things, so every one and every thing can interact in today’s IoT world. With billions of devices coming online every year, you need a flexible platform that scales.