Oracle’s identity solution

Oracle releases a new package — Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite — to prevent unauthorised users accessing sensitive data on enterprise systems.

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By  Eliot Beer Published  January 4, 2006

Oracle has released a new package — Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite — to prevent unauthorised users accessing sensitive data on enterprise systems. Tarek El Shahawy, technology solutions and sales consulting manager, Oracle Middle East, says, “Identity management has become a vital consideration for regional businesses, as companies try to build comprehensive security policies that are consistent and cost-effective. From the benefits of single sign-on to the open, standards-based nature of the software, we anticipate significant regional uptake of Oracle Identity Management.” The new suite includes functions such as web-based single sign on, centralised access control across different enterprise resources and external access control for business partners, among other functions. Oracle says the package is now generally available. Oracle says its aim in creating this solution was to develop a ‘best in class’ identity management suite to deal with security across disparate enterprise systems. The software giant says it has used both acquired technology and systems developed in-house to put together the identity management applications. “Over the past nine months Oracle has demonstrated a serious commitment to providing a strong technical solution for the identity and access management needs of both Oracle customers and the general market,” says Phil Schacter, vice president and service director at analyst firm Burton Group. “The new Identity and Access Management Suite assembles the component technologies into a package that is easier for customers to understand and invest in.”

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