Radiant Logic, the enterprise Identity Data Fabric company, has announced that the Department of Navy (DON) has selected the RadiantOne Intelligent Identity Platform to modernize its identity data systems, enabling the cohesive creation and structure of the Naval Identity Services (NIS), the DON’s planned Enterprise ICAM, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) solution.
This initiative is designed to make NIS available whether located ashore or in Delayed, Disconnected, Intermittently-Connected and Low-bandwidth (DDIL) environments, providing ubiquitous access aligned with Zero Trust principles.
“The rapidly evolving global threat landscape we are experiencing raises the stakes for federal agencies tasked with defending the United States of America,” said Wade Ellery, Field Chief Technical Officer at Radiant Logic. “From the pandemic to global power struggles and supply chain constraints, the availability of vital information becomes increasingly important, regardless of location. Our technology provides the DON with the ability to deliver secure access to critical resources, using precise identity attributes across all the policies, guidelines and intelligence to enable fast, accurate and secure decisions anywhere on the planet.”
RadiantOne enables a cloud-based master identity for every individual within the agency. Ultimately, this identity consolidation will enable the DON to rethink identity creation, usage and management, further automating and modernizing threat monitoring and prevention.Click below to share this article