Zero-trust security requires only the appropriate amount of identity information be used to authorize services. This way, IT organizations can ensure only appropriate identity information is used to enable a service transaction. This helps thwart data breaches or leaks.
The combination of a customizable UI and a robust collection of APIs allows Cloudentity to integrate seamlessly with your application ecosystem and DevOps pipeline so you can support business services between entities.
VAvoiding the bottleneck of minting tokens is critical in modern applications. Cloudentity’s Authorization Control Plane achieves performance and scale that is 10x higher than other products available on the market, including incredibly fast validation and minting of tokens (2,000-3,000 TPS per CPU core) to process far more authorizations than previously possible when supporting all standard OAuth workflows.
Consistent, uniform security policy enforcement requires ubiquity. Cloudentity’s MicroPerimeter™ Security tools can be deployed as standalone gateways, as Kubernetes sidecars running on Linux systems, or as gateway plugins.
Using Cloudentity’s MicroPerimeter™ Security, every service is given a unique ID, and set of policies. The policy enforcement point is CIAM.next aware, meaning combinations of attributes from users, services and things can be evaluated and authorized using appropriate privacy and consent at the service-to-service level of a transaction.
Compliance mandates such as GDPR require audit logs of data used throughout a series of connections and service-to-service calls. Traditional architecture makes it extremely difficult to know what services have access to other services and almost impossible to know why a service accessed another service. Cloudentity’s centralized logging with transactional tags can track a request from a user, to a service, to another service an provide a clear, easy to understand report for audit and compliance.