CloudLock, the leading provider of CASB and Cybersecurity-as-a-Service solutions, and OneLogin, the innovator in identity management bringing speed and integrity to the modern enterprise, today announced a new partnership to manage all identities that touch corporate data and protect organizations from threats and cloud malware across users, accounts and applications.
OneLogin offers the fastest, easiest and most secure path to cloud-based SSO and enterprise identity management across all users, devices and cloud and on-premises applications. Pre-integrated with thousands of enterprise SaaS applications and commonly used web applications, OneLogin is simple to deploy and easy to administer, dramatically reducing the time to on-board and off-board employees while reducing the risk associated with bad password hygiene and enabling employees to be good security citizens.
CloudLock and OneLogin extend CloudLock’s Cloud Security Fabric, a unified cloud security solution that enables organizations to manage and secure all of their SaaS applications centrally. Managing and securing millions of identities across more than 200 countries, OneLogin secures connections across users, devices, and applications. The integration of CloudLock’s cybersecurity platform with OneLogin provides a comprehensive security solution with a set of unique capabilities:
CloudLock defends against account compromise with cross-platform User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) for SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, and IDaaS environments. CloudLock uses advanced machine learning to detect anomalies in account usage based on factors such as activities outside of whitelisted countries and actions across distances in an impossible amount of time. The CloudLock Apps Firewall discovers and controls cloud apps connected to the corporate environment, and provides the largest crowd-sourced security solution to identify individual app risk, using our Community Trust Rating. CloudLock is the only company to have discovered over 100,000 connected cloud applications.
As a comprehensive identity solution for hybrid environments, OneLogin easily integrates into heterogenous web environments to manage all identities that touch corporate data, including every user, app, and device. In addition to OneLogin’s existing support for federation through SAML & WS-Trust, OneLogin’s new LDAP service allows enterprises to connect to OneLogin’s cloud directory via LDAP.
Together, CloudLock and OneLogin aggregate and correlate data indicative of suspicious behavior to identify risk that may otherwise go undetected. CloudLock’s UEBA, acting in an orchestration role between event feeds from OneLogin and SaaS applications, utilizes advanced machine learning techniques to dynamically classify the riskiness level of user behavior. This classification level is shared with OneLogin for purposes of automatically stepping up or stepping down the security policy of the user in real time. For instance, when Cloudlock detects suspicious activities by a user (say login from a previously unknown location or access to sensitive records within a SaaS application), it will tell OneLogin “this user is now classified as risky”. In turn, OneLogin can respond in a number of configurable ways, from requiring more frequent MFA challenges from the user all the way to locking the user’s account and requiring they reset their password in order to regain access.
The integrated solution delivers the best of both worlds, with the ability to deploy new apps and on-/off-board employees within seconds to optimize productivity, while access changes propagated in real-time to all end-points instantly update all systems across the entire app portfolio to keep enterprise data secure.
In addition to the full integration of CloudLock and OneLogin, CloudLock can be accessed through OneLogin’s IDaaS solution via SAML integration, enabling security professionals to easily manage user access through the OneLogin Admin Console.
“We are very excited about the unified offering between CloudLock and OneLogin, and to experience the combined power of their best in class security and IDaaS solutions,” said Stanley Amaya, CISO at LAFISE Group.
“Partnering with OneLogin to provide next-generation IDaaS/IAM security further extends our mission to provide the most comprehensive CASB cybersecurity-as-a-service solution,” said Gil Zimmermann, CEO and co-founder at CloudLock. “Bridging our unique API approach with OneLogin’s single sign-on and identity-management platform empowers our joint customers to gain control over suspicious activity and the growing volume of cloud malware.”
“Our unified solution will enable joint customers to better protect mission-critical business assets. Combining OneLogin’s identity and access management capabilities with CloudLock’s cybersecurity services extends IT’s capabilities to monitor and address security incidents around users, data, and applications and mitigate risk of account compromise in real time,” said David Meyer, Vice President of Product at OneLogin.
About OneLogin, Inc.
OneLogin (onelogin.com) brings speed and integrity to the modern enterprise with an award-winning SSO and identity management platform. Our portfolio of solutions secure connections across all users, all devices, and every application, helping enterprises drive new levels of business integrity and operational velocity across their entire app portfolios. The choice for innovators of all sizes such as Condé Nast, Pinterest and Steelcase, OneLogin manages and secures millions of identities across more than 200 countries around the globe. We are headquartered in San Francisco, California.
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CloudLock (cloudlock.com), the leading CASB and Cybersecurity-as-a-Service provider, offers the Cloud Security Fabric™ enabling enterprises to protect their data in the cloud, reduce risk, achieve compliance, manage threats and increase productivity by continuously monitoring and protecting more than one billion files for more than 10 million end users daily. CloudLock delivers the only complete, risk-appropriate and people-centric approach to cloud cybersecurity.
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