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Company Overview of Ping Identity Corporation
Ping Identity Corporation provides cloud identity security and management solutions. It offers Next Gen Identity, a standards-based single sign-on (SSO) and access management solution that scales workforce, customer, and partner solutions; PingOne, a cloud-based SSO solution for workforce; PingFederate, a SSO and identity management solution for customers, partners, and employees; and PingAccess, a mobile, Web, and API access management solution to centralize policy, audit activity, and ensure compliance. The company also provides identity management solutions, including cloud SSO and federated identity, API security, mobile access, social identity integration, Microsoft integration, and Cis...
1001 17th Street
Denver, CO 80202
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Ping Identity Corporation
Founder, Chairman of The Board and Chief Executive Officer
Executive Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Ping Identity Corporation Key Developments
Ping Identity Appoints Robb Reck as Chief Information Security Officer
Jan 13 16
Ping Identity announced the appointment of Robb Reck as chief information security officer. Reck brings extensive experience in the cloud, mobile security and financial services industries to Ping Identity. He will reinforce and scale the company's security initiatives by managing Ping Identity’s infrastructure, accelerating new services and offerings, and expanding the team to meet current and future requirements, ensuring Ping Identity builds and runs the most secure and reliable software and on-demand services. A seasoned information security executive, Reck has a successful track record of managing and building information security programs across a range of industries. Most recently, he served as VP and CISO at Pulte Financial Services.
Ping Identity, Netskope, Threatmetrix and Vmware Form Alliance to Put Identity at the Center of Security
Oct 21 15
Ping Identity together with AirWatch®, Netskope and ThreatMetrix launched the Identity Defined Security Alliance, which provides enterprises with a unified approach that places identity at the center of security. The Identity Defined Security Alliance provides a new blueprint for CISOs to design a comprehensive identity defined security platform, including best practices for integrating these best-of-breed security solutions. As mobility and the cloud make enterprises truly borderless, a new generation of enterprise security is disrupting the old guard. Those who focus on protecting singular elements of the modern enterprise, such as endpoints, cloud apps, networks or email, are not fully equipped to manage data created by the growing array of devices, systems and workflows. The Identity Defined Security Alliance’s vision is to make identity the linchpin of CIOs’ security strategies, keeping their data safe by making it accessible to the right people at the right time. By focusing on authenticating user identity versus protecting the endpoint, enterprises can be more agile and provide secure access to anything, anywhere. Specifically, enterprises that leverage the Identity Defined Security Alliance can address every aspect of identity and access security, including authentication and directory services, threat and fraud detection services, cloud governance and enterprise mobility management. By collaborating on product integration, deployment best practices and joint selling, the Identity Defined Security Alliance will accelerate time-to-value for customers on their investments. The Identity Defined Security Alliance’s comprehensive platform includes the following features: Identity federation and single sign-on; Contextual, multi-factor authentication; Web and API access security; Enterprise mobility management; Cloud access security brokering; Identity, behavior and threat analytics and endpoint security management.
Ping Identity Mulls IPO In Late 2016 Or Early 2017
Oct 14 15
Ping Identity Corporation is seeking an IPO in late 2016 or early 2017. In a discussion with TechCrunch last week, Andre Durand, Chief Executive Officer of Ping Identity and Michael Sullivan, Chief Financial Officer of Ping Identity, said on being asked about IPO, “Late 2016 or early 2017 are reasonable targets. Those times would, and we are guessing a bit here, allow Ping to record more GAAP ARR, and show a quarter or two of GAAP profits, yes, you can go public when you are profitable, in case you forgot.”
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