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One Identity modular IAM technology to be distributed by Nuvias in UK

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Cybersecurity distributor Nuvias has been chosen as the UK distributor for identity and access management provider One Identity.

One Identity automates identity protection tasks to eliminate complex and time-consuming processes, according to the announcement. The company’s technology can enhance organizational agility and address challenges associated with blended on-premise, cloud, and hybrid environments. Modular integrated components can be deployed to scale One Identity’s IAM capabilities, and ROI can be achieved in weeks, rather than months or years, the company says.

“Organisations today are challenged by the complexity of access management and the increasing regulatory demands being made upon them,” says Ian Kilpatrick, EVP of Cybersecurity at Nuvias, which was formerly known as Wick Hill. “One Identity is a multi-layered solution that deals with the real world. It allows users to begin at one point and gradually roll out more integrated modules to build up a comprehensive, automated IAM system, which is suitable for on premises, hybrid and cloud use.”
The modularity of One Identity’s tools is key to their utility, Kilpatrick believes.

“One Identity is one of the core building blocks to securing an organisation,” he adds. “For resellers, most of their customers will not want to take on a multi-layered IAM solution in one go. One Identity provides a solution for specific end user problems, while enabling them to migrate to the full system over time, in a structured and strategic manner.”

“Nuvias’ broad support in sales, services, technical and marketing will help resellers accelerate their businesses and expand the ability of enterprises to ensure that their IAM projects will be done right – the first time,” One Identity EMEA Distribution Partnerships head Jon Gillies. “We are delighted to be working with Nuvias as we believe they can create value for us, by identifying and mobilising some of the best reseller partners to sell One Identity – as part of a joint plan to accelerate our EMEA business.”

The identity and access management market in the U.S. was recently forecast by Global Market Insights to reach $18.9 billion by 2024.

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