Ping Identity Features & Pricing

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Bottom Line

Ping helps enterprises meet SSO security requirements and user expectations across all applications, devices and users. It includes the ability to sign on securely from managed mobile devices into legacy on-premises apps. It is ideal for companies that need both on-premises and cloud deployments.

Product Description

Ping helps enterprises meet single sign-on (SSO) security requirements and user expectations across all applications, devices and users. This includes the ability to sign on securely from managed mobile devices into legacy on-premises apps. Ping integrates with existing identity and access management (IAM) systems such as Active Directory or Azure AD, as well as legacy web access management (WAM) systems from CA, Oracle, IBM or RSA. The Ping Identity Platform includes PingFederate Server, a federation server that provides identity management, web SSO, and API security.

Markets and Use Cases

Ping scales to support hundreds of millions of identities. It is used by eight of the ten largest banks, seven of the ten largest biopharmaceuticals, four out of the five largest healthcare plans, and two out of the three largest hospitals.

Security Qualifications

Ping supports identity standards such as SAML and OpenID Connect for web and mobile SSO and WS-Federation and WS-Trust for Windows environments, as well as meeting OMB M-11-11 requirements.

Intelligence

Ping offers automation of rapid provisioning and deprovisioning of users, with centralized control over user management.

Delivery

The PingAccess server is used to manage access to web applications and application programming interfaces (APIs) by providing role- and attribute-based access control that applies policies based on identity. PingOne Cloud is an identity-as-a-service solution that enables organizations to deliver secure cloud SSO and multi-factor authentication.

Agents

Yes.

Pricing

An example of pricing: $28 per user annually, plus $24 per year for multi-factor authentication (MFA).

Drew Robb
Drew Robb has been a full-time professional writer and editor for more than twenty years. He currently works freelance for a number of IT publications, including ServerWatch and CIO Insight. He is also the editor-in-chief of an international engineering magazine.

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