In this evolving threat landscape, Fortuna Identity is a leading security service and solutions provider for leading technologies. Our vendor agnostic approach allows us to strategize and implement your tool of choice, but our commitment to expertise in these solutions truly set us apart.
forID’s customized onboarding process coupled with RBAC provisioning significantly reduced the operational overhead faced by the IAM Team. In addition, user experience was greatly improved as users received the access they needed on day one, or quickly upon requesting.
Privileged Account holders would be required to use MFA via Okta to authenticate into the account. forID developed policies and standards, eliminating the use of passwords for privileged accounts and requiring all new applications to have privileged accounts secured via Okta and CyberArk.
forID was able to leverage the client’s existing licenses to have cloud security be more cost effective, consolidated the workload to Azure by reducing the number of vendors managing security, and improved overall security posture with continuous monitoring tools. In addition, forID provides 24/7 remote support to ensure continuous threat detection and response. These efforts resulted in a recognized commitment made to customers and partners, sparking confidence in our client’s infrastructure.
ezyPRO helped our client connect systems thought to be out of scope, resulting in greater user acceptance and acknowledgement. With ezyPRO, our client centralized access requests and auditability into their existing IIQ instance. Further, the ability to only delete an account without reading information from an application was critical in maintaining separation of duties and compliance standards set by the organization.
Our client’s Helpdesk received 96% fewer calls related to group management since users were able to create, manage and remove their own AD groups. The ezyADM plugin also allowed the client to view group hierarchy and visually identify critical permission issues between nested groups, allowing them to be cleaned up as needed.
Our team provided ways to consolidate services from single-purpose products to Azure to enable standardization; and calculated potential savings by migrating and availing feature sets of certain security products. forID provided recommendations around data security and maintaining proper data hygiene to ensure hybrid models do not increase risk of data leak.
Our Assessment allowed the Healthcare client to quickly adopt changes and work on next steps to meet their critical compliance liabilities. The roadmap and assessment elucidated gaps and risks the organization would need to address in order to build a successful program.
The client had upskilled their internal IT Team to bring better awareness of the product capabilities, limitations and features. The customer received guidance to walk their management through implementation, migrations, and industry best practices. Leveraging our licensing optimization service, our client increased their license utilization and accelerated their migration to the cloud.
Users’ login to websites were now facilitated using the same Active Directory credentials to log in, thereby reducing the helpdesk workload for other password reset calls. Additionally, SSO enforced the same password management settings that otherwise were managed by the solution providers.
Our client released the QA team to other projects and began leveraging the ezyTEST tool within the IAM team to support all independent tests. This improved the release time for a maximum of one week to run all of the required tests. Additionally, our client leveraged the test reports which depicted each and every step automatically, providing additional details that were not available before to triage issues.
Leveraging forID’s expertise, our client was able to improve their PAM practices and monitor their account activities. This significantly reduced the manual processes by introducing automation and standardization; and it significantly secured their Enterprise against malicious actors.