Cloud Computing Management

How NewsCorp Secured Their Digital Transformation Through Identity and Access Management with Okta on AWS

Provided by Amazon Web Services

Category Cloud Computing Management

Type Webinar

Length 1

Publish Date July 24 2017

Date posted July 24 2017

Overview

How much time is your organization putting towards promptly and securely provisioning and deprovisioning employee access to AWS services and applications?  Between employees joining, leaving, and managing disparate passwords, this task can be a substantial time commitment and security risk. To mitigate this risk, NewsCorp, a mass media corporation, migrated over 25,000 employees and over 150 systems in 9 months to a secure access solution using Okta. Okta is the foundation for secure connections between people and technology and is built on AWS. With Okta, it’s easy for employees to securely access applications and data, from wherever they’re trying to access them. Join our upcoming webinar to learn how News Corp simplified Identity and Access Management on the cloud with Okta and AWS

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