ID Agent, a Kaseya company and provider of Dark Web monitoring and security awareness training solutions, is adding Passly, an integrated secure identity and access management solution, to its Digital Risk Protection (DRP) Platform.
Passly combines single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA) and password management into one flexible, comprehensive and integrated solution for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and multifunction IT teams at companies of any size.
With the mass migration to remote workforces due to the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s companies require a secure identity and access management solution to guard their systems and data against cyberattacks.
Transitioning to a remote workforce introduces increased potential for mistakes, strains an already overworked IT staff and creates openings for cyberattacks.
Passly ensures that the correct, authorized users can securely access their organization’s resources from any device and any location, making it an ideal solution for a remote workforce.
From automated employee onboarding and provisioning to one-click offboarding, Passly unifies multiple security capabilities into one tool for ease of use.
“The threat of cyberattacks has never been greater, as most businesses are now faced with developing secure remote workplace options for both their internal employees and for their own customers,” said Kevin Lancaster, general manager of security solutions at Kaseya and founder of ID Agent. “At ID Agent, we know that stolen or hacked passwords are the leading cause of data breaches. We’re proud to add Passly to our DRP solution at such a pivotal time, so that businesses can quickly, easily and affordably secure and manage their remote workforces.”
Available now, Passly detects exposures in real time to determine all compromised credentials. IT administrators can use this information to require all users to change their password behaviors, and enforce MFA to access users’ machines and third-party applications.
ID Agent will continue to add enhanced workflow capabilities to the platform, including automated responses to newly discovered compromises and optimized password updates to prevent users from changing their password to one that is known to be compromised.
The second iteration of Passly, available in early Q3, will allow customers to identify which employees’ passwords have been compromised and deploy remedying security measures at the individual level, rather than across the entire organization.
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