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Imprivata Unveils Cloud Identity And Access Management Tool

Imprivata, a leading healthcare IT security provider, has announced Imprivata Identity Governance for identity and access management with Azure Active Directory.

This new tool is positioned for joint customers of Microsoft and Imprivata.

And the new system offers access control on both the on-premise and cloud-based instances of Active Directory. It provides administrators with role-based access controls, as well as streamlined auditing processes and more.

An IAM solution for Microsoft Azure Active Directory, this technology is designed to help healthcare organizations to ensure that the right users have the right access, and the system provides the audit trail to prove it when needed.

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As Wes Wright, chief technology officer at Imprivata said in a statement:

“As organizations manage healthcare users in their environments and extend their on-premises Active Directory to the cloud with Microsoft Azure Active Directory, this integration now provides a comprehensive solution for completing the first step in the IAM process: certifying the right users have the right access to the right applications that work on both modern and traditional endpoints.


This not only enables a smooth transition as our joint customers progress in their digital transformations, but also advances security by supporting compliance with government regulations and streamlining the auditing process.”

Imprivata notes that healthcare deployments of the identity governance and active directory technology can enable passwordless access to all applications with the simple tap of a badge.

Especially when used alongside the other Imprivata and Microsoft tool, Healthcare Seamless SSO.

Find out more about Imprivata here.

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