Identity security provider RSA is launching enhancements to its Unified Identity Platform that include the next version of its RSA Governance & Lifecycle solution that will feature a new dashboarding framework and integration gamification to accelerate duties.
According to the Bedford, Mass.-based company, it is improving its Unified Identity Platform because point identity solutions are no longer capable of preventing risks or addressing cybersecurity threats. A recent report by the company found that 84% of organizations reported an identity-related breach in 2022, saying those attacks underscore the need for a unified approach that integrates automated identity intelligence capable of recognizing priority threats.
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RSA’s Governance & Lifecycle 8.0 solution will launch this summer to combat those threats via a new dynamic dashboarding framework designed to make it easier to identity trends, measure efficacy and discover risks; as well as integrated gamification to accelerate audits by incentivizing reviewers to complete tasks and priorities higher risk interventions.
According to RSA, these components will build out the existing RSA Governance & Lifecycle dashboard capabilities designed to help organizations enable compliance and reduce the identity attack surface by identifying and prioritizing high-risk entitlements—including SoD violations, orphaned accounts and over-entitlements—for review.
The company will also bring similar visualizations and dashboarding to its RSA Risk AI solution this year to help companies detect and respond to threats in real time.
New updates will also enhance the RSA ID Plus dashboards that help organizations understand their overall risk posture, identify high-risk users, applications, and locations, and determine needed policy changes, the company says.
“From the first days of the web, through the rise of mobile and hybrid work, security-first organizations have trusted RSA to protect them from the highest-incident, highest-impact cyberattacks,” said RSA CEO Rohit Ghai, in a statement. “Now with a new technological era dawning, cybersecurity must brave an emerging identity crisis and admit that there is zero chance for us to achieve zero trust without AI. RSA will continue making more investments in intelligence and AI to create an even more valuable identity platform and defend our customers from threats.”
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