RSA Security Extends Its Strategic Relationship With Microsoft
by Mirko Zorz - Tuesday, 4 November 2003.


The RSA Security booth here in Amsterdam


Here at the RSA Conference 2003 in Amsterdam, RSA Security announced an expansion of their relationship with Microsoft as the RSA ClearTrust v5.5 web access management software has become a part of Microsoft’s Identity and Access Management Technology Adoption Program.

Naturally, RSA ClearTrust v5.5 software offers unparalleled integration with Microsoft platforms, including support for Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6.0, unique support for Active Directory, advanced single sign-on capability to Microsoft applications, and integration with Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003.

RSA ClearTrust web access management software is intended to allow organizations to provide secure access to web applications within intranets, extranets, portals and exchange infrastructures — with transparent, single sign-on access for a positive user experience.

Jason Lewis, vice president of product management and marketing at RSA Security said: "By leveraging Microsoft’s Identity and Access Management offerings and actively working with them on WS-Security, we are better able to achieve this vision, allowing us to provide even tighter integration and higher productivity features for our customers, lowering their cost of ownership and increasing efficiency and satisfaction."

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