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Prolifics Launches Service ID Governor for Tivoli Identity Management at Pulse 2012 in Las Vegas

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 03/05/12 -- Prolifics, an end-to-end systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies, today announced that it launched its unique and innovative security solution, Prolifics Service ID Governor for Tivoli Identity Manager, at IBM's 2012 Pulse Conference in Las Vegas.

Prolifics Service ID Governor addresses the requirement for companies to have a comprehensive security strategy that includes managing service identities or those assigned to systems, software and automated processes. While traditional identity management focuses on personal identities and ensuring that they have appropriate access to application and information, Prolifics Service ID Governor manages these unique identities reducing significant security risks to organizations. Service Identity Management is an essential part of an organization's access governance strategy and is required to meet regulatory mandates across various industries.

Prolifics Service ID Governor expands IBM Tivoli Identity Manager's capabilities and enables an organization to assign responsibility to non-personal accounts, track custodians and administrators of the accounts and provide appropriate reporting, end-to-end auditing and policy enforcement. By delivering centralized management of service IDs on target systems, Service ID Governor simplifies the process of request, approval and certification and improves security across the enterprise.

Prolifics Service ID Governor features:

  • Centralized Management of the service IDs on the systems targeted by identity management, request, approval and certification
  • Reusability, no new training to end-users and administrators
  • Flexible approval process
  • Accountability and compliance
  • End to end auditing, monitoring and reporting
  • Automatic enforcement of compliance requirements
  • Suspension of backdoor service IDs

Prolifics, AAA Accredited by IBM for its security expertise, specializes in Identity and Access Management. Combining business flexibility and cost competitiveness with excellence in technical skills, professionalism and a commitment to its customers, Prolifics' solutions build agility into businesses around the world.

About Prolifics
Founded in 1978, Prolifics is a systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies, having garnered awards for technical excellence across IBM's entire software portfolio. A Premier Level IBM Business Partner, Prolifics provides expert services including architectural advisement, design, development, and deployment of end-to-end SOA, BPM, Security and Portal solutions.

Prolifics, a SemanticSpace company, is a registered servicemark of JYACC, Inc. d/b/a Prolifics. IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.

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