Centrify Selected as a Box Trust Partner

Over the past few months, it seems Centrify can’t escape the winner’s circle. This all began with positive recognition from revered industry analyst firm Forrester when they positioned Centrify as leaders in both of the Privileged Identity Management and recent IDaaS Waves. In fact, we are the only identity vendor who appears in both Waves, let alone be positioned as leaders in both. The winning streak continues! Centrify is proud to announce that we have been selected to join the Box Trust ecosystem. To show real dedication in keeping their customers’ data safe, Box has assembled a network of hand-selected…

Hot Off the Press: Forrester Names Centrify a Strong Performer in Enterprise Mobility Management

Yes, you read it correctly. Centrify, the only identity services provider to be evaluated in and positioned as a leader in both The Forrester Wave™: Identity-As-A-Service, Q4 2017 and The Forrester Wave™: Privileged Identity Management, Q3 2016 has also been identified by Forrester as a Strong Performer in The Forrester Wave™:  Enterprise Mobility Management, Q4 2017. A complimentary version of this report is available for download here. Centrify received the highest possible scores in the product vision and mobile identity and access criteria. According to Forrester, “Centrify was the first vendor in the EMM market to unite IDaaS with mobility management…

Centrify Achieves Advanced Partner Status in AWS Partner Network

We are proud to announce that Centrify has met the requirements and is now an Advanced Partner within the AWS Partner Network. Is this just another Partner announcement or is there something more here? What This Means for Customers First, for customers, Centrify becoming an Advanced Technology Partner means that they have been so rigorously tested that AWS personnel can recommend Centrify to AWS customers without reservation. AWS has put Centrify and its products/services through hours of testing and diligence, including talking to customer references, analyzing Centrify’s Identity Services, as well as establishing that Centrify on AWS meets all security…

How the Uber Data Breach Could Have Been Prevented

Background on the Uber Breach History is replete with examples of individuals and organizations turning manageable problems into serious crises simply by trying to hide the truth. While the Uber data breach was large in terms of the 57M customer and driver records lost, if Uber had followed standard breach protocol by notifying authorities and impacted users, remediated the problem and laid out steps that they were taking to avoid future breaches, the impact would have been much less. Uber was under a legal obligation to notify regulators and to the impacted users and drivers. Instead they took extreme measures…