Imprivata is the converged authentication and access management appliance company. Its OneSign platform helps organizations safeguard enterprise information assets by enabling secure employee access to networks and applications�improving user productivity and convenience, while reducing the time, risk and cost of complying with data privacy and protection regulations. OneSign has received top ratings in product reviews throughout the industry and has been awarded numerous accolades from leading publications including Information Security, InfoWorld and SC Magazine. Headquartered in Lexington, Mass., Imprivata is one of the fastest growing identity and access management companies with more than 600 customers and 190 reseller and technology partners around the world. For more information, please visit

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Whitepaper: Verity Credit Union Reduces Helpdesk Costs and Increases Security Credentials with Imprivata OneSign

by ImprivataJun 01, 2008

Committed to continually enhancing the security of its members� information, Verity Credit Union requires all employees to remember complicated passwords consisting of 12 characters to access several applications. "Unfortunately, the number and complexity of passwords led to slow log-on times or calls to the helpdesk for password resets. This negatively impacted productivity, our ability to serve members, and our helpdesk costs," explained Jon Wu, System Engineer for Verity Credit Union. The IT team wanted to make it easier for employees to access the applications required to do their jobs, while reducing helpdesk ticket volume. Read this case study to see how Imprivata OneSign helped Verity achieve its goals.

Whitepaper: The OneSign Guide to Thwarting Insider Threat

by ImprivataOct 01, 2007

According to a study published recently in the Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, about 80% of publicized data breaches came from internal sources. This suggests that organizations that have focused their IT security efforts only on protecting the perimeter are at high risk for potentially disastrous insider security breaches. Recognizing the magnitude of the insider threat, Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute issued a research report that recommends 13 best practices to help detect and prevent insider threats. This Imprivata paper discusses the effectiveness of the Imprivata OneSign� Platform in supporting these best practices and countering the insider threat.

Whitepaper: Renasant Bank Withdraws Password Management Issues from its Organization with Imprivata's OneSign Single Sign-On

by ImprivataOct 01, 2007

Issuing unique passwords for individual lending applications kept systems secure but eventually created inefficiencies at Renasant Bank. The time it took to learn, manage, and reset passwords took time away from lenders' ability to meet customer service goals. Renasant Bank employees needed something to solve their password problems, but that did not take a rocket scientist to configure. They quickly discovered the benefits of Imprivata OneSign Single Sign-On as a solution to their problem.

Whitepaper: Enterprise Bank & Trust has Password Security Locked Up with Imprivata OneSign

by ImprivataJan 01, 2006

As a leading commercial banking and wealth management services provider in St. Louis and Kansas City, Enterprise Bank & Trust is committed to providing its customers with the highest standards of service and security. A few years ago the bank�s IT team implemented unique and complex passwords that bank staff had to remember to gain access to their many applications. Users struggled to remember many unique and difficult passwords, even resorting to writing passwords down. Imprivata OneSign provided Enterprise with a single sign-on solution where remembering passwords was no longer an issue.