Hitachi ID Systems offers comprehensive identity management and access governance, privileged access management and password management solutions to organizations globally. Hitachi ID solutions are used by Fortune 500 companies to secure access to syst
Applications often need to connect to other applications or services on the network to function. For example, a web application may have to connect to one or more databases to retrieve or update data, to web services to initiate transactions, to a directory to create or update user objects, etc.
Regulatory compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) has created significant challenges for corporations listed on US stock exchanges. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 was enacted in response to public accounting scandals at Enron, World-Com, Tyco and elsewhere. It introduces new measures and amends existing ones to ensure that financial statements made by corporations are accurate, reliable and timely. See more at: http://hitachi-id.com/docs/brochures.html
Hitachi ID Login Manager: Self-configuring single sign-on. Automated Application Sign-On. See more at: http://hitachi-id.com/docs/pres.html
Hitachi ID Access Certifier: Group and application owners review and correct user security entitlements. Periodic review and cleanup of security entitlements. See more at: http://hitachi-id.com/docs/pres.html
Hitachi ID Group Manager: Access denied error, group request, approval workflow, successful access. Self service management of security group membership. See more at: http://hitachi-id.com/docs/pres.html