PlainID's Authorization-as-a-Service Platform, which is powered by policy-based access control, provides a next-generation approach to access control for modern enterprises.
Fremont, CA: Today's businesses must strike a balance between safe access restrictions, smooth user journeys, and data privacy regulations, which is why PlainID, the Authorization Company, has announced that their highly anticipated "Authorization-as-a-Service," SaaS-enabled Authorization Platform has reached production readiness. PlainID also provides its pre-built, third-party "Authorizers," which allow authorization policies to enforce essential access points across a distributed computing environment, such as API gateways, microservices, and data.
PlainID's Authorization-as-a-Service Platform has been designed to address the broad business concerns associated with sophisticated access control. It has been scaled to meet the performance expectations of the world's largest companies. PlainID helps businesses develop and modernize by linking people to the digital assets they need to execute their jobs, scale tasks, and conduct digital commerce in a simple and secure way. PlainID helps businesses govern who can access what, when, and how on whose authority by making authorization decisions simple, smart, granular, and dynamic.
“As market adoption for authorization is driven by the convergence of traditional identity and access management and cybersecurity requirements, PlainID has enjoyed tremendous year-over-year growth,” states Gal Helemski, chief technology officer, chief product officer, and co-founder, PlainID. “In the future, we believe that PlainID will be behind every connection between an identity and a digital service: monitoring, securing, and validating it. Authorization is the foundation of security: it’s the last mile that governs what people actually can do.”
PlainID's Centralized Management Dashboard, which is powered by policy-based access control (PBAC), allows users to establish and administer enterprise-wide authorization policies from a single location while preserving dispersed enforcement capabilities. This preview launch includes ready-to-use AuthorizersTM that meet typical authorization patterns for API gateways, microservices, data, and apps.