Nordic Digital Identity leader Ubisecure this week announced a new partnership focused on delivering proven Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) to a new region: Latin America.
It’s doing so by connecting up with a significant Chilean-supplier, Seguridad América, whose offerings for its established customer base will also now be extended, say the pair.
Ubisecure, a familiar name to Think Digital Identity For Government delegates, is a Digital Identity services provider with a global client base, including both the public and private sectors. Its Identity Platform offers a wide range of identity functionality, and can be deployed as IDaaS, cloud, or on-premise software, while its new partner is a local player said to have “a portfolio of trusted solutions aimed at helping organisations with increasing requirements for cybersecurity management and enabling companies to expand efficiently and securely”.
The new alliance with Ubisecure enables Seguridad América to offer Ubisecure’s award-winning identity management software and services, securing frictionless engagement with B2C and B2B digital identities, says the official announcement of the deal.
For the latter’s Latin American head of Sales, Victor Gonzalez:
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“Seguridad América is now able to offer customers the best identity management solutions to achieve their individual requirements and goals. Ubisecure has demonstrated a great commitment to Seguridad América which we deeply appreciate, and with its collaboration, we are one step closer to be the main Latin American facilitator of digital cybersecurity solutions and digital transformation.”
Organisations worldwide are increasingly realising that both the usability of their online platforms and data security are essential assets to retain users, say the partners.
A lack of robust identity practices leads to data breaches, which are reported on a daily basis and have a serious impact on customer loyalty. Customer IAM enables the correct balance between user experience and cybersecurity, embedding key capabilities such as Single Sign-On (SSO), Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Delegated Authority.
And for Ubisecure’s VP of Channel and Alliances, Jonathan Clark:
“Seguridad América is an organisation with a huge amount of experience and expertise, and knows its local market inside and out. Its strong customer focus makes it an ideal partner to leverage Ubisecure’s technology for both bespoke and standardised digital identity deployments, and we are delighted to be building a close relationship going forward.”