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Kaseya targets MSPs with new IDaaS solution

Kaseya targets MSPs with new IDaaS solution

Simplifies Identity access management with new directory and security features

Kaseya has released its Cloud-based identity and access management (IAM) solution, Kaseya AuthAnvil On-Demand, for managed service providers.

Kaseya said the new solution incorporates the first and only universal directory enabling MSPs to manage customer IAM with support for other vendor technologies.

The AuthAnvil On-Demand authentication suite consists of multi-factor authentication (MFA) featuring universal second factor (U2F) hardware key technology; single sign-on (SSO) for automated login; and a Cloud-based universal directory for a single source of data on user behaviour.

The platform runs on the Microsoft Azure Cloud which enables makes the service compliant with a broad set of international and industry specific standards, such as ISO 27001, SOC 1 and SOC 2.

Kaseya AuthAnvil On-Demand is available across the entire global Azure network and was launched with dedicated PODS in North America and Europe.

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