CA Technologies unveils new identify and access management solution with SAP integration

Infotech Lead America:CA Technologies announced an Identity and Access Management (IAM) solution that integrates with SAP solutions for governance, risk and compliance (GRC) to help reduce the risk of fraud and manage access compliance.To develop this solution, CA Technologies partnered with Greenlight Technologies,

CA’s IAM capabilities are integrated with the SAP Access Control application. Greenlight’s Enterprise Business Controls Platform helped develop the integration. It provides real-time segregation of duties visibility and compliant user provisioning and de-provisioning across both IT and the business application landscape.

The solution combines the risk efficiencies gained though SAP Access Control with the operational efficiencies of CA IAM. This enables organizations to reduce their on-going risk exposure and streamline their compliance efforts and reporting.

Automated segregation of duties policy checks using SAP Access Control provides preventative controls that can escalate, mitigate or even stop toxic combinations of access prior to provisioning. It delivers a consistent provisioning model across both SAP and non-SAP applications so IT support requirements are reduced.

Mike Denning, general manager, security business, CA Technologies, said, “Today’s multi-application, multi-policy environments add complexity and risk to IAM processes, such as provisioning, making it tough for organizations to improve operational efficiencies and manage compliance.”

“Our proven track record of extending access policies across the enterprise coupled with the award-winning capabilities in CA Technologies IAM solutions make implementing the Greenlight Enterprise Integration Solution a simple choice for organizations,” said AnandAdya, founder and CEO of Greenlight Technologies.

CA Technologies posts 4% dip in revenue to $1.195 billion in Q3 FY 2013

CA Technologies has posted 4 percent dip in revenue to $1.195 billion in third quarter fiscal year 2013.

Over the next few months, CA Technologies will perform a detailed diagnostic and lay out a plan on how to achieve strategic and financial goals.

About 62 percent of the CA’s third quarter fiscal year 2013 revenue came from North America, while 38 percent came from International operations.

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