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Avatier Corporation Joins Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to Improve the Security of Cloud Computing

Enterprise Security Magazine | Monday, November 30, 2020

Avatier Corporation has announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization devoted to securing a cloud computing environment.

FREMONT, CA: Avatier Corporation is the pioneer of work from anywhere (WFA) Identity Governance & Administration (IGA) cloud service, container solutions, and access governance solutions. The company has announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization devoted to defining and increasing awareness of best practices to ensure a secure cloud computing environment.

Avatier has developed identity management and governance platforms that allow other companies to scale faster, modernize quicker, and adopt change more securely. The organization’s identity access management (IAM) and identity governance and administration (IGA) solutions do not need client software. Management can be done in real-time within any platform like Google Chrome, Microsoft Teams, iOS, and Android. Avatier’s Identity Anywhere platform is always on, due to which it can provide push notifications and hand problems like self-service password management. The company even utilizes the new Docker container technology that offers maximum portability, flexibility, scale, and security. It even eliminates IT and helps desk authentication delays to encourage better productivity and a better experience for remote workers and customers.

As part of the Cloud Security Alliance, Avatier can cooperate with other cloud technology organizations to encourage identity management and governance practices. The company can also work closely with other software-as-a-service providers to promote the adoption of its cloud-independent IDaaC platform that provides portability, scalability, continuous delivery, and single sign-on with increased security system.

“With the increase in the number of remote users, the need for secure, portable identity access management is more acute than ever,” said Nelson Cicchitto, CEO of Avatier. “By joining the CSA, Avatier will be able to work with other cloud software providers to develop more secure, more scalable identity management solutions to support digital transformation. Our ultimate goal is to make cloud computing safe for everyone.”

“We are delighted that Avatier has elected to join the CSA. Secure identity management is a concern for all cloud computing providers and having Avatiers IAM expertise will benefit all CSA members,” said Jim Reavis, co-founder, and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance. “CSA relies on leading-edge technology providers like Avatier to develop security best practices for next-generation cloud computing platforms. Avatiers customers run on separate, private and secure container instances. This unique approach has already proven itself to be highly scalable and readily portable and it can provide a solid foundation for identity management best practices.”

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