More NewsCyber-Ark Joins Oracle Extended Identity Management Ecosystem

Cyber-Ark Joins Oracle Extended Identity Management Ecosystem

Cyber-Ark Software has announced that its solution for Privileged Password Management (PPM), Enterprise Password Vault, is now part of the Oracle Extended Identity Management Ecosystem. According to the company, joint Cyber?Ark and Oracle customers can now benefit from a unified identity management solution for managing and provisioning both personal and shared privileged accounts. Cyber-Ark’s Enterprise Password Vault features capabilities designed for IT and audit professionals who focus on securing, managing, updating and logging all privileged passwords throughout an enterprise, whether these shared, administrative or super-user passwords exist in routers, servers, databases, workstations or applications.

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