Identity & Access Management For Data Brokers: Azure Security Consultancy Update

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The Certified Azure Security Engineers at Azure IAM have expanded their consultancy service with new solutions for data brokers.

This expansion brings a number of high-security MFA and access management options to the Azure IAM arsenal. Many of these new options available through their consultancy service are geared toward data protection in the financial and data aggregation industries, including new firewalls and backend security systems meant to prevent hacking and other forms of unauthorized access.

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This expansion can bring a number of new technologies from Microsoft and SailPoint to Azure IAM’s clients, allowing the company to incorporate them into the custom cloud security infrastructure that they are able to build. The systems that the company’s security architects can assemble with these new technologies are designed to be easy to use while still providing top-of-the-line resistance to all forms of cyber attack.

Also included in this expansion are new options from Auth0 including OpenID and OAuth 2.0, both of which can be used to simplify and streamline the security operations of a given system. These tools can be useful in increasing accessibility and consolidating digital identities, both of which are essential to Azure IAM’s goals in the creation of any cybersecurity system.

The company has expanded its portfolio of available software in order to help data brokers contend with a rapid increase in the frequency and scale of cyberattacks. The data aggregated by these companies is often extremely valuable to hackers while also being potentially sensitive or confidential, making the protection of this data extremely important.

For these companies, Azure IAM can build scalable, reactive cloud security infrastructure using reliable software options. As a Microsoft partner, the company has access to technologies such as Yubikey and Authenticator alongside a wide variety of firewall options, each of which can be tailored to a business’s specific needs.

Additionally, this expansion will make it easier for Azure IAM’s team to implement passwordless login and automated authentication features in a given network, making the network not only more secure but also easier to use internally. These tools, combined with Azure technology such as the Active Directory platform, ensure that these access management systems are easy to use and highly secure.

Azure IAM has already provided hundreds of companies and organizations with adaptable, modern cloud security infrastructure. Their team of dedicated professionals has over 70 years of combined experience in the security and access management industries, and is certified to implement Microsoft cybersecurity solutions.

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