InfoTrust signs as Okta partner

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InfoTrust signs as Okta partner

Australian security consultancy InfoTrust has single signed-on to become an Okta partner.

InfoTrust already partners with Agari, Veritas and Symantec.

InfoTrust CEO Dane Meah said the company picked up Okta because “Through our customer engagements we know that organisations in Australia are struggling to centralise identity and access control and ensure strong, smart authentication methods for their employees.”

“Credentials and access must be trusted if organisations are going to be secure and minimize their risk of a significant breach. At InfoTrust, we’re in the business of creating secure and productive customers, so we wanted to offer a solution that not only elevates security but improves productivity and efficiencies for end users and the IT organization. Okta was the obvious solution”.

Okta of course declared itself chuffed to have InfoTrust aboard.

“Okta is a customer first organisation. Everything we do, has customers at its heart and we wouldn’t be able to do that without partners that share this value” said Matt Paull, director regional alliances APAC, Okta.

“With its cloud and customer first approach, InfoTrust represents an ideal partner for us. We are thrilled to be working with them and bring identity-driven security more mainstream and accessible to businesses in Australia.”

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