SecureAuth to merge with Core Security

Monday 25 September 2017 10:22 CET | News

Identity and access management provider SecureAuth has announced plans to merge with cybersecurity company Core Security.

The company said the newly merged company would be able to provide a comprehensive security offering to its customers, that combines its adaptive access controls with Core Security’s insights for better overall protection.

SecureAuth is a provider of “adaptive access controls” that include multi-factor authentication and single sign-on, which are designed to eliminate the threat of identity theft. As for Core Security, it specializes in network security and vulnerability management, providing real-time insights to help manage security risks as they emerge.

In addition, the company has just raised USD 200 million in a funding round led by the private equity company K1 Investment Management, with participation from existing investor Toba Capital.

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Keywords: SecureAuth, Core Security, Identity and Access Management, IAM, cybersecurity, multi-factor authentication, merger, US
Categories: Securing Transactions | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud
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