CA Intros ID Management for SOA

CA announced CA IAM r12, a major new version of its identity and access management solution

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

November 12, 2007

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ISLANDIA, N.Y. -- CA, Inc. (NYSE: CA) today announced CA IAM r12, a major new version of its identity and access management solution that helps customers more securely and efficiently enable their businesses with service oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services.

CA IAM r12 provides the identity lifecycle management, access management, workflow automation, delegated administration, reporting, federation and other capabilities IT organizations require to efficiently and securely deliver critical business services and provide internal and external users with an enhanced customer experience—regardless of platform. The new version:

  • Enhances security controls for emerging SOA architectures and other application architectures on both distributed and mainframe platforms.

  • Facilitates the extension of IAM capabilities to all business services across the enterprise to support policy-based security and governance.

  • Eases regulatory compliance and governance by automating IAM-related controls, providing security policy analysis and comprehensive reporting.

  • Increases inter-enterprise business enablement through enhanced identity federation.

  • Provides support for IPv6 and FIPS PUB 140-2 for added security.

“CA IAM is the cornerstone solution within CA’s Security Management offerings and is an essential component of an integrated approach to IT management. As IT organizations are called upon to provide a wider range of services to more users and user communities—and as IT security controls come under increased regulatory scrutiny—the management of identities and access rights is becoming more challenging than ever,” said Dave Hansen, senior vice president and general manager of CA’s Security Management business unit. “CA IAM r12 addresses this challenge by empowering IT to more effectively and efficiently manage access to data and applications—even in SOA and Web services environments.”

CA Inc. (NYSE: CA)

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