Saviynt and Deloitte announce expansion of turnkey solutions

Saviynt, a leading Los Angeles cloud identity supplier and Deloitte one of the worlds major cyber risk providers announce a new strategic partnership.

Intelligent identity management company Saviynt has announced its technology platform is now available as a managed service with Deloitte, provider of cyber risk technology.

The new strategic partnership allows Saviynt to combine its identity governance , privileged access and access risk capability excellence as a managed service through Deloitte’s Digital Identity + Platform. This new strategic partnership provides the sector with the innovative technology that Saviynt is known for with Deloitte’s vast experience in strategic business management and solutions.

The Saviynt Enterprise Identity Cloud platform is instrumental in allowing improved identity and governance administration across multi-cloud environments and automates user lifecycle management and predictive analytics whilst enforcing cloud privilege access. The partnership with Deloitte’s managed service systems allows clients to deploy new identity management capabilities in weeks as opposed to months, reducing labour and operational costs.

Saviynt's Senior Vice President Global Partners, Scott Plutko, says: “We have built a strong strategic relationship with Deloitte to bring Saviynt to our joint customers in the technology, healthcare, consumer, and government and public sector industries. The natural next step in our relationship is a delivery model around managed services, where we work together to help clients address the most pressing identity security issues facing modern companies. We are excited to continue our valued relationship with Deloitte and help some of the world’s largest companies protect their valuable assets and stay ahead of the risk landscape.” 

Chirag Patel, Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory and Principal, Deloitte & Touche LLP adds: “Our clients seek a more comprehensive approach to cyber risk where identity acts as the new perimeter and is the core to how security capabilities can be better managed and orchestrated.

"We look forward to mutually supporting our clients in their journey to evolve and grow their digital identity capabilities.”

Identity management needs have fundamentally shifted due to hybrid working, growth in cloud adoption and privacy and security regulations and have required enterprises to seek out and offer solutions to these compliancy challenges. 

 

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