TrustBuilder provides a flexible way to work with multiple Authentication and Authorisation mechanisms and that can easily be extended to future models of Identity Data Services.
D-Man is a product for monitoring and managing large e-business environments. It allows the organization to proactively capture the status of a distributed environment consisting of Web Servers, Web Proxies, Application Servers, Directory Servers (LDAP) and Security Servers.
RoleManager is a plug-in for IBM Tivoli Identity Manager that helps organizations to streamline the modelling and remodelling of their identity management system.
Its products play a key role in the Security Infrastructure at some of the largest organisations across the world, like ING Group, Fortis Bank, Eurocontrol, Ahold, Delta Lloyd (Benelux), WestLB, Wincor-Nixdorf Portavis, T-Mobile (DE), UBS (Sw), Telefonica (UK), Rabobank, BB&T (US), Banco Santander (Mexico), Great-West Life (Ca), etc.
|May 05 ‑ May 08, 2009||
European Identity Conference 2009
With its world class list of 130+ speakers, a unique mix of best practices presentations, panel discussions, thought leadership statements and analyst views, EIC has become an absolute must-attend event for enterprise IT leaders from all over Europe.
|May 03, 2011||
Snapshot: SecurIT TrustBuilder - 70381
SecurIT TrustBuilder is a Versatile Authentication Server (VAS) provided by the Belgian company SecurIT. The product started as add-on for IBM Tivoli Access Manager but right now works with a…
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