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IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile

Posted by Xavier Ashe on October 30, 2012

The new IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile bundle brings together market leading capabilities of IBM Tivoli Federated Identity Manager Business Gateway (TFIM-BG) and IBM Tivoli Security Policy Manager (TSPM).

IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile provides the following key capabilities:

 

  • Helps detect and prevent user access fraud by enforcing risk-based access control
  • Reduces costs and complexity by enabling single sign-on and federation for cloud and on-premise applications
  • Improves security posture and helps demonstrates compliance through centralized policy management

IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile extends user access protection to mobile and cloud environments using federated single sign-on, user authentication, and risk scoring based on location, device, access pattern, etc.  IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile provides risk-based access control from mobile end points such as smartphones and tablets so that users don’t inadvertently expose your sensitive IT assets in an unsafe environment.

IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile helps enterprises adopting cloud-based services leverage single sign-on for secure information sharing across private, public and hybrid cloud environments.  Using IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile, enterprises can implement a powerful mediation service for Cloud, SaaS and web services, while reducing administrative costs, establishing trust and facilitating compliance.
IBM Security Access Manager for Cloud and Mobile highlights:

  • Risk-based access control for anytime/anywhere access from mobile devices
  • Cloud Single Sign-On and Federation with easy onboarding of applications
  • Centralized Policy Management and Fine-grained Access Control
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