Identity and access management

1Password availabile through Amazon Web Services Marketplace

Identity security leader simplifies access to its growing security solutions suite to meet businesses’ evolving cybersecurity needs

1Password, provider of the most-used business password manager, today announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services Partner Network (APN) and is now available in AWS Marketplace. This enables 1Password to offer seamless access to its enterprise password manager solution and accelerate deployment of its solution for AWS global customers. 1Password is currently available in AWS Marketplace in North America and plans to expand to international regions this year.

“Following the recent launch of our global partner program, 1Password now offers easy access to our award-winning password management solution through AWS Marketplace, simplifying the procurement process and empowering companies of all sizes to quickly secure their employees’ identities and access to applications and sensitive data,” said Monica Jain, Head of Global GTM partnerships at 1Password. “In a world where the threat landscape is rapidly evolving and businesses’ IT and security teams are grappling with a modern workforce that works from anywhere and on any device, 1Password makes it simple for businesses to secure every sign-on to every application from any device in any location.”

1Password provides secure and convenient identity security to over 100,000 businesses worldwide, including Datadog, Figma, IBM, and more. With its zero-knowledge security that’s easy to use, small and mid-sized companies rely on 1Password at the core of their identity security infrastructure, while larger organizations incorporate 1Password as a vital component of their identity and access management (IAM) architecture. Notable features include:

  • Interoperable solution: safeguard employees’ most important information, including logins, payment cards, sensitive documents, and SSH keys across devices and platforms.
  • Differentiated security model: dual-key encryption is unique to 1Password, requiring both a customer’s chosen account password and a 128-bit, random machine-generated Secret Key to strengthen encryption. 1Password is also the only password manager to use Secure Remote Password (SRP) to authenticate without sending keys over the network.
  • Enterprise integrations: integrations with Microsoft Entra ID, Okta, GitHub, Datadog, and dozens more enable businesses to easily integrate 1Password into their existing security stack as an extended IAM strategy.
  • Global policy capabilities: centralized policies page allows businesses to administer and enforce essential security policies to stay secure and compliant.

For more information, visit 1Password’s offering in AWS Marketplace.

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