Not long ago, the Internet was a place of anonymity by default. It lacked a universal method of security based on identity. To keep users, data and applications secure, corporations were forced to isolate their networks from the Internet and place everything of value behind their firewalls. Everything that was presumed good, known and trusted was placed in a 'green zone' inside the corporate network, separate from the unknown, untrusted outside world -- the Internet.
This balkanized method of security worked for a while. But the world changed. And entropy won.
The rise of SaaS in 2006 moved some corporate applications outside the enterprise firewall. Quickly followed by the invention of the smartphone, users took their new mobile devices, tablets and company-controlled devices off the corporate network. Fast forward to 2015, cost reductions and mass availability of cloud infrastructures such as Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure drove enterprises to turn down their data centers, moving corporate applications to the public cloud. They saved billions in the process. But the old paradigm of security essentially became obsolete, turning the firewall into an abandoned artifact of the cold war era in cybersecurity.
Founded in 2002, Ping’s singular vision has always been to put identity at the center of security in a world without borders. For over a decade, we've worked tirelessly to establish the foundation of this vision through open identity standards. This way, identity as the unifying paradigm of control could one day secure all users, devices, networks and applications.
In today's cloud and mobile world, Ping has emerged as the leading provider of Identity Defined Security -- the next generation identity and access management. Our solutions secure over 3 billion identities, protecting the most critical assets for some of the world’s largest enterprises, all while enabling secure access to any application from any device.
Others follow our lead. But no one matches our depth of expertise, quality or flexibility when it comes to identity. And our work is only beginning. Our ideas continue to inspire and transform our connected world.
As a security company, we have a tremendous responsibility to lead by example. We've set a high bar for our own security practices, and we constantly strive to raise it. Our customers put a lot of trust in the integrity of the security we provide, so we make it our primary responsibility to create products and services that are secure, resilient and assured. If you’d like to know just how seriously we take security at Ping, let our CISO point you in the right direction.
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More than a billion people rely on Ping Identity every day to access their critical business applications.
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We’ve joined forces with the world’s leading SaaS vendors, technology companies, system integrators and value-added resellers. Together, we strive to build a more securely connected world — one identity at a time.
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