OneLogin and Netskope Partnering to Expand Cloud Security for EnterprisesSeptember 12, 2018
OneLogin, the industry leader in Unified Access Management, today announced an enhanced integration and partnership with Netskope cloud security to implement adaptive security across SaaS, IaaS, and web environments. The joint solution provides Enterprises with a more powerful cloud-native approach to manage and protect corporate cloud services.
Enterprises have to be on constant alert against external threats who often target systems through authorized users. The OneLogin and Netskope partnership empowers organizations to easily discover, and govern, sanctioned cloud services and activities. The end result is a closed loop process that brings all cloud services into an identity management fold and ensures consistent cloud security and compliance.
"Cyber threats are advancing, requiring smarter methods of threat detection and prevention. The combination of OneLogin’s adaptive authentication platform combined with the Netskope Security Cloud provides enterprises with comprehensive security intelligence that is also simple to manage," said Matt Hurley, VP of Strategic Alliances and Channels.
The enhanced integration expands enterprise cloud security potential with advanced, real-time risk analysis and mitigation across cloud apps and users, along with improved application management. The joint solution also enhances threat protection by automating response actions in OneLogin, such as forcing a logout or applying multi-factor authentication (MFA), based on Netskope user intelligence. With the addition of SCIM, Netskope users can leverage OneLogin to automatically deploy Netskope to specific groups accessing your cloud services.
"We are looking forward to expanding our partnership with OneLogin through today’s announcement," said Rick Holden, VP Business Development and Alliances, Netskope. "Identity and cloud security go hand in hand, and this partnership is important for joint customers who need the speed and agility of the cloud without sacrificing security."