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Secure identity and access management is a modern cybersecurity essential — but no one wants to shell out cash on multiple solutions. That’s why Passly is a smart choice. We’ve included everything that businesses need to control access to their systems and data into one complete, affordable powerhouse.

  • The transition to stronger security is a snap with easy deployment and seamless integration with common business applications
  • User-friendly for both employees and IT staff
  • Full-featured remote management empowers IT to respond to security incidents quickly and efficiently
  • Assure compliance with HIPAA, PCI-DSS, CJIS, FFIECC and other data privacy rules
  • Automate tasks like password resets to take pressure off IT staff
  • Get the functionality of multiple solutions for one low price


Two-Factor Authentication

This must-have stops more than 90% of password-based cybercrime.

Single Sign-On

Streamline access to every cloud application that employees need to get the job done with individual employee Launchpads. With Passly, users can securely access any tool− including productivity, CRM, ticketing, HR and more.

Secure Password Vaults

Store all your passwords in shared or individual vaults so you can have complex passwords without having to remember all of them.

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Get quick and easy access to SSO applications and passwords with the ability to automatically fill in credentials for web logins.

Simple Remote Management

Everything IT staffers need to add and remove permissions, quarantine users, respond to security incidents, or manage access to systems and devices in one intuitive toolkit.

Exceptional Value

Get multiple key security components in one solution at a rate far below the competition, especially when comparing to the total cost of products from multiple vendors.


Ideal for securing an in-office, remote or hybrid workforce, Passly makes sure that the right people have access to the right tools and information at the right levels.

Passly's MFA is a critical part of our overall security strategy ensuring our users are able to securely access systems whether they're in the office or on the road. It's a hit with our users, too, eliminating the need to have a long list of passwords to access the numerous systems we use.

Tony Maulwarf VP of Information Technology // Timberland Partners

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Identity and access management (IAM) is the process of authenticating the identity of an employee before giving them access to company systems or data. IAM operates through a framework of policies, architecture and technologies that enable organizations to manage electronic or digital identities.
Identity management and access management are two sides of the same coin. Identity management (IdM) is the process of establishing and authenticating the identity of an employee to ensure they’re who they say they are. Access management (AM) is the process of establishing a framework for who can access a system, an application, data or another company asset.
IAM is important because it protects company systems and data from intrusion due to credential compromise. Bad actors can obtain an employee's credentials through theft or phishing. Millions of credentials stolen in data breaches are also readily available to cybercriminals on the dark web. A compromised password opens the company’s door to bad actors unless they have secured their environment by requiring additional steps like identity authentication.
An identity and access management system brings an assortment of benefits to businesses including strong protection against cyberattacks and intrusions, better data security, smoother operations, increased productivity, less burden on the IT team, reduced IT costs and compliance with data privacy regulations.
An organization that chooses to invest in an identity and access management system realizes major benefits. Most importantly, it gains powerful protection from cyberattacks and hacking. An IAM tool also provides a foundational element for a zero-trust architecture and is essential to maintain compliance with many data privacy regulations like CMMC, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, CJIS and FFIECC.
An IAM solution is a type of software that IT teams use to keep people out of systems and data that they shouldn’t be able to access. IT teams use an AIM solution to perform jobs like authenticating employee identities and managing access permissions across applications and environments.
An IAM solution gives companies and their IT teams the tools they need to authenticate employees’ identities, regulate access to systems and data, respond quickly to emergencies and mitigate their cyber- risk. With an identity and access management system, it’s easy for IT teams to ensure the right people are given the right access to the right data and systems.
Every organization should be using an IAM solution. Businesses of every size in every industry, like professional services providers, manufacturers and software companies use IAM solutions to reduce their cybercrime risk and protect their data and systems from trouble. IAM protects the sensitive data of financial services providers, accounting firms, law offices, schools and non-profit organizations. Critical infrastructure operators including construction companies, utilities and government agencies also benefit from IAM. Some organizations, like medical clinics, hospitals, defense contractors or payment processors, must use an identity and access management solution to comply with regulations in their industries.
An innovative identity and access management tool like Passly will include an array of features such as:
  • Multifactor authentication (MFA) or two-factor identification (2FA) – Confirm the identities of users with a secondary code, often provided through an app or device. This feature is essential in a zero-trust architecture. It also enables an IAM solution to stop almost all cyberattacks and any intrusions that are the result of a stolen password.
  • Password managers and password vaults – This feature is a great way to make sure that employees store their passwords the right way, not on paper or in a document. It’s also important in incident response because it provides a secure central repository of important passwords for IT teams.
  • Single sign-on (SSO) – The benefits of this are two-fold. By establishing a unique launchpad for each employee, administrators can add or remove permissions for users easily to control access to systems and data. SSO is also especially useful in incident response for that reason, enabling an IT team to quickly isolate and remove permissions from a compromised account.
  • Remote management – Today’s office isn’t just inside a company’s facility. With more people logging on from more places than ever before, it’s vital that IT staffers have the tools to manage a solution and its functions remotely. IT staffers need to be able to add and remove permissions, quarantine users, respond to security incidents, or manage access to systems and devices anytime, anywhere. This is also makes an incident response faster.
  • Password protection – Don’t rely on users to make smart password decisions, because generally they won’t. This feature does it for them by implementing security measures like automated password resets, logging password views and auto-rotating passwords when viewed for Windows and Active Directory accounts.