Cross Identity and Translab Join Hands to Help Organisations Fortify Anti-Fraud and Security Defenses
In recent times, Identity and Access Management (IAM) has emerged as one of the most sought-after cybersecurity technologies. This surge in demand can be attributed to the rising incidents of fraud and security breaches, besides the pressures to meet evolving regulatory compliance requirements.
Gartner has introduced the term “Identity First Security” to emphasize the importance of placing identity management at the forefront of an organization’s cybersecurity strategy. Gartner has also identified “Converged IAM” as the latest technology trend, predicting that by 2025, more than 70% of IAM purchases will be of the converged type. Converged IAM combines all elements of Identity and Access solutions into a single code base, a feat previously achievable only through the acquisition of multiple technologies.
“Essential for establishing an effective cybersecurity posture, an ‘Identity First’ approach to cybersecurity is universally endorsed by experts. Cross Identity’s converged IAM stands at the forefront globally in this domain. The Cross Identity platform is experiencing remarkable growth and our collaboration with Translab bridges a crucial gap”, said Binod Singh, CEO & President, Cross Identity.
“Under the leadership of Mr. Binod Singh, a distinguished figure in IAM in India and internationally, Cross Identity not only leads the market in Converged IAM solutions, but also proudly represents a “Made in India” solution”, added Harbinder Singh, Chairman, Translab Technologies. “Cross Identity also offers the most attractive initial and total cost of ownership, with complete solution support available locally.”