Imprivata Rolls Out New ID Management Tool

With OneSign, organizations of all sizes can achieve complete centralized management

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 3, 2007

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LEXINGTON, Mass. -- Imprivata®, Inc., the converged identity and access management appliance company, today announced a significant advance in its award-winning OneSign platform. Version 4.0 extends OneSign’s identity-centric access and authentication services across system and geographic boundaries with complete distributed management, delegated administration and business continuity capabilities. OneSign’s integrated authentication management, single sign-on and physical/logical convergence functionalities can now be implemented in a fully-distributed enterprise environment.

For the first time, a single centralized employee IT access policy can determine every aspect of access across all users, all rights, all locations and all conditions. OneSign delivers these capabilities with the industry’s most easy-to-use and deploy solution without requiring changes to existing IT and physical access infrastructures.

“Our success in helping mid-sized companies manage any number of identity-related initiatives has attracted strong interest from larger organizations suffering from the inability to effectively manage user authentication and access across networks, applications and physical locations,” said Omar Hussain, president and CEO of Imprivata. “The OneSign platform’s flexible foundation and our on-going push to extend its capabilities have led to the development of this new version that enables organizations of any size to effectively apply identity management best practices.”

Imprivata Inc.

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