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Ping Identity introduces cloud multi-factor authentication and SSO bundle for enterprises

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Ping Identity has introduced a new cloud-based multi-factor authentication and single sign-on bundle which enables customers to protect applications, data and employees from security threats centered around phishing attacks and stolen credentials.

Available for a free 30-day trial, Ping Identity’s cloud MFA and SSO bundle directly addresses this market need, with more than 2.5 million unique monthly users for the cloud MFA solution alone. Ping notes that its product portfolio is used by more than 50% of the Fortune 100 and secures over two billion identities globally across the Ping customer base.

In Ping’s 2018 State of Enterprise IT Infrastructure & Security survey, it was revealed that 90% of respondents trust MFA as an effective security control to protect identity data in public clouds, yet only 60% of organizations have formally adopted it.

According to the announcement, the MFA and SSO bundle is designed to help overcome these inherent challenges in enterprise MFA adoption while providing seamless end user experiences and best-in-class solutions. Bundle features include: rapid integration making the transition seamless with existing infrastructures; a centralized console and multiple self-service options making administration easier; contextual policies to help balance security and convenience for end users, and; easy deployment across popular use cases, including SaaS, cloud apps, VPN and Microsoft Azure.

“Ping Identity is committed to providing the strongest security possible for enterprises,” explains Andre Durand, Ping Identity CEO. “The cloud MFA and SSO bundle delivers on this promise, while also maintaining a high-value user experience. Organizations can benefit from the streamlined adoption process, pain-free management and cost-effective model, as it addresses the growing necessity for strong MFA and SSO.”

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