Applied Identity Simplifies Management and Consolidation of User Identity across Multiple Domains
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8 - Applied Identity today announced that it has teamed with SRA International Inc. (SRX) to provide the Department of Justice with an identity virtualization capability that it can use across multiple Active Directory domains. A key element in creating a trusted environment for information sharing, Applied Identity's ID-Unify(TM) product is a key part of broad identity management initiatives ongoing within the Department.
ID-Unify, released in May 2007, consolidates disparate identity stores to create a secure, single user identity - allowing each individual domain owners to retain complete control of their own identity sources. The ability to provide a single authoritative source of identity can simplify the process of information sharing, access policy creation and auditing of user access to mission critical resources. ID-Unify provides a cost effective and rapidly deployable solution to help enable the identity aware network.
"The need for having a common enterprise identity is becoming a top priority in maintaining network integrity, sharing information, and meeting government requirements such as FISMA and DITSCAP," said Brian Nugent, President and CEO of Applied Identity.
Applied Identity is a leading provider of enterprise-class, identity aware networking solutions that enable organizations to audit, unify, define and enforce global access policies based on user identity. AI's appliance-based solutions provide network segmentation, remote access authorization and the protection of critical assets to streamline compliance and reduce business risk. Applied Identity is the only vendor to provide a complete policy lifecycle management solution that enables global policy creation and network- level enforcement based on user identity.
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