TechValidate Research on CA Access Management

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611 Customers Surveyed

2,931 Data Points Collected

159 Published TechFacts

28 Published Charts

33 Published Case Studies



Selected Research Highlights


CA Advanced Authentication Customer Testimonial

CA Advanced Authentication has provided us with the ability to give an alternative multi-factor authentication method outside Personal Identity Verification (PIV) smartcard.

Arron Brice, IT Architect, Federal Aviation Administration

Security is the Top Priority

When developing new applications security is the top priority

Low Medium High

User convenience
Security
Time-to-market

Case Study: Medium Enterprise Retail Company

Introduction

This case study of a medium enterprise retail company is based on a June 2014 survey of CA Advanced Authentication customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“We use CA Advanced Authentication to reduce costs through self services usage.”

Challenges

  • Purchased CA Advanced Authentication for the following reasons:
    • Safeguard sensitive organizational data
    • Authenticate mobile devices
    • Reduce costs

Use Case

  • 1,001 to 9,999 end users are protected by their CA Advanced Authentication implementation.
  • Utilizes CA Advanced Authentication to help comply with:
    • Sarbanes Oxley (SOX)
    • Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Council
    • Internal regulations
  • Currently uses CA Advanced Authentication for the following:
    • On-premise apps for employees
    • On-premise apps for customers
  • Secures 1,001 to 9,999 authentications per day.
  • Authentications used:
    • Two-factor credentials and risk-based authentication

Results

  • Reduced costs by over 50%.
  • CA Advanced Authentication significantly impacted the following abilities:
    • Improve user experience
    • Meet compliance regulations
    • Lower IT costs
    • Reduce security risks
  • Rated CA Advanced Authentication “very good” or “excellent” in the following areas:
    • Scalability and reliability
    • Breadth of application support
    • Security
    • Depth of functionality
    • Return on investment

Strong Authentication Use Continues to Grow

More organizations are augmenting CA SiteMinder® with strong authentication.

> 50% 30-49% 10-29% < 10%

Currently
Estimated % within 12 months
Estimated % within 24 months

Case Study: Medium Enterprise Financial Services Company

Introduction

This case study of a medium enterprise financial services company is based on a June 2014 survey of CA Advanced Authentication customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“CA Advanced Authentication has helped us achieve two-step authentication.”

Challenges

  • Purchased CA Advanced Authentication for the following reasons:
    • Protect user identities from online attacks
    • Safeguard sensitive organizational data

Use Case

  • 1,001 to 9,999 end users are protected by their CA Advanced Authentication implementation.
  • Utilizes CA Advanced Authentication to comply with:
    • Sarbanes Oxley (SOX)
    • Internal regulations
  • Uses/plans to use CA Advanced Authentication for the following:
    • On-premise apps for customers
  • Secures up to 1,000 authentications per day.
  • Authentications used:
    • Two-factor credentials

Results

  • CA Advanced Authentication significantly impacted the ability to:
    • Meet compliance regulations
    • Reduce security risks
  • Rated CA Advanced Authentication as very good in the following areas:
    • Scalability and reliability
    • Security
    • Depth of functionality

30% of surveyed IT organizations use CA SiteMinder to protect access to mobile applications.



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About CA Access Management

CA Privileged Access Manager Server Control is a comprehensive and host-based privileged access management (PAM) solution that provides user access controls, UNIX to Active Directory authentication bridging and user activity reporting—in both physical and virtual environments.

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