Ping Identity Announces Availability of ICAM, Zero Trust Solutions on AWS Marketplace
According to the company, a spot on the cloud-based platform will make its products more easily accessible and cost-effective for government agencies.
Customers will also benefit from conveniences such as a simplified billing process, quick deployment and license management, Ping Identity said Tuesday.
The company said that its zero trust architecture solution will help agencies comply with federal mandates, including President Joe Biden’s May 2021 executive order on strengthening the government’s cybersecurity.
Zero trust is a modern cybersecurity model wherein no asset or user account is trusted based solely on their physical or network location, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Andre Durand, Ping Identity’s CEO and founder, said that Carahsoft’s experience in government procurement will allow agencies to cost-effectively implement the newly listed identity, credentials and access management products.
The CEO added that the efficiency advantages of the AWS Marketplace will help customers achieve their digital transformation and ICAM compliance goals.
Rich Maigue, a sales director at Carahsoft, said that his company is eager to enable agencies to securely perform their work from any location.
Ping Identity previously entered into a distribution agreement with Carahsoft to make its offerings more widely available to the public sector.
Carahsoft has made Ping Identity’s offerings available on its General Services Administration Multiple Award Schedule, NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement, Information Technology Enterprise Solutions-Software 2 and OMNI Partners contracts.
Category: Digital Modernization
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