eBay Inc on Wednesday urged its 145 million registered users to change their passwords following a cyber attack.
Password security has been a hot topic lately, with the “Heartbleed” flaw affecting a large portion of the internet, and attacks on companies such as Target causing significant security breaches. The Wall Street Journal recently compared four password managers for consumers. At DataFox we’d argue that the onus is on companies to put excess protections in place for their users’ security. So...
We mapped out the enterprise password management landscape… to find the providers who we think will stick around
The first thing we notice is that many large tech conglomerates offer products in the password management space. The more conservative enterprise clients amongst us may opt for one of their solutions, even if they aren’t as user-friendly or sleek in their interface.
Check out the interactive version of this Company Explorer here: Enterprise Password Management
For the startups and early-adopters amongst us, we may be wooed by the rising star in enterprise identity management: Okta. Based in San Francisco, this company has raised $80M in private capital from a who’s who of Sand Hill Road’s venture capital firms, including Andreessen Horowitz, Khosla Ventures, Greylock, Sequoia, Webb, Floodgate, and SV Angel… plenty of deep pockets to keep Okta going.
Its impressive founding team, strong backing, and rapid early adoption have spurred Okta to earn a very high Quality Score relative to its age.
For a complete list of 27 enterprise password management companies, check out the Watchlist below, and please use the comments section below to let us know which provider you use!
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