- PlainID Inc., a company specializing in identity and access management, has established a new network aimed to supply technology that enables enterprises to safely modify their authorization and access control.
- Network partners may interact with PlainID’s prebuilt and configurable authorization connectors for identity and access management, identity governance and administration, data, APIs, microservices, and secure access service edge.
PlainID Inc., a startup specializing in identity and access management, has established a new network to supply technology that enables enterprises to modify their authorization and access control safely.
By maximizing integration with mission-critical adjacent technologies, the PlainID Technology Network, built in collaboration with PlainID partners, provides identity-aware security across all segments of the company technology stack. The service’s purpose is to give partners comprehensive visibility and control over who may access what, when, and with whose authorization.
PlainID’s prebuilt and customizable authorization integrations enable technologies across identity and access management, identity governance and administration, data, application programming interfaces, microservices, and secure access service edge, which allows network partners to collaborate.
Partners have access to “Authorizers” by PlainID, the company’s off-the-shelf way of administering and executing authorization requirements. Access to advanced controls mean that users can get secure permits to API gateways, data hubs, microservices, applications, identity providers, and IGA technologies.
Gal Helemski, co-founder and chief product officer at PlainID, said, “Authorization is managing, controlling, and enforcing the connections of identities that determine which resources, data, functions, and apps people can access. We are simply tackling the biggest challenge in the IAM space. Our Network aims to solve this by providing ready-to-use solutions that integrate into the world’s leading technologies.”
PlainID believes that organizations and their security and data teams are under increasing pressure to guarantee that data is not accessible to unauthorized users because of the fast development of data. PlainID’s Network advances and modernizes enterprises by simply and securely linking individuals with the digital assets they need to do their jobs, complete large-scale operations, and engage in digital commerce.
Snowflake Inc., Okta Inc., SailPoint Technologies Inc., Dremio Corp., Apigee, Denodo Technologies Inc., and BigQuery are all members of the PlainID Network.
The firm is a startup funded by venture money, having most recently raised USD 75 million last year. Insight Partners, Viola Ventures, Itai Tsiddon, Springtide Ventures, INCapital Ventures, and iAngels are among the investors.https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/man-using-thumb-scan-finger-print-2025989846