Ping Identity buys security company Singular Key

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The combined offering aims to accelerate No-Code Identity Security integration and orchestration.

Ping Identity this week announced that they have acquired Singular Key, a leader in no-code identity and security orchestration.

Ping Identity delivers intelligent identity solutions for the enterprise. Singular Key streamlines the integration of identity services. The company provides a no-code method of creating workflows across multiple identity technologies and platforms. These include identity verification, fraud, risk, access management, privileged access, and identity governance into a unified identity fabric.

The combined offering focuses on “identity orchestration.” This allows enterprises to design and maintain dynamic user journeys for identity and access management.

Singular Key’s intelligent security layering approach streamlines identity workflows to eliminate complexity, they say. It also speeds deployment without the need for coding. This in turn delivers business agility and flexibility, according to Ping.

Singular Key will be available through the PingOne Cloud Platform,. This enables Ping Identity’s current and future customers to optimize end-to-end user journeys across third party and Ping systems.

Delivering automated identity integration

“Identity security is often complicated by a tangled mess of poorly integrated cloud, legacy software and API services,” said Andre Durand, CEO and founder of Ping Identity.

“Singular Key’s no-code identity orchestration makes integrating identity and other enterprise apps simple, allowing customers to achieve better end user experiences in less time.”

Singular Key’s automated identity integration hub outclasses other orchestration capabilities, they say. The platform offers offer 100+ out-of-the-box third-party integrations for identity, authentication, and fraud services. This enables enterprises to integrate a variety of identity services across a magnitude of vendors. They are active in identity verification, authentication, authorization, provisioning, governance, privileged access, risk and fraud services.

The service delivers these capabilities without dependence on DevOps or custom integrations.

Singular Key technology improves deployment speed, accelerates cloud migration, reduces cost, and lowers the risk associated with vendor lock-in.

“Simplifying and integrating identity workflows to trust users’ identities and devices with confidence is a critical part of a good customer, employee and partner experience,” said Jatin Maniar, co-founder and CEO of Singular Key.

“Joining forces with Ping Identity, a company that is the identity infrastructure backbone for the world’s largest global businesses, is the perfect fit for our team, and allows us to better serve our customers and partners.”