RSA announces new Canadian SaaS investments

Identity management firm RSA has announced that it will launch a new cloud tenant in this country to meet the growing demand for RSA ID Plus, its identity and access management (IAM) platform that can support cloud, hybrid, and on-premises configurations.

The launch, it said in a release, “will help Canadian government agencies, financial services providers, critical infrastructure, and other leading organizations align with the Privacy Act, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), and the Directive on Digital Service. It will also ensure that local organizations can deploy a unified identity platform to secure authentication, access, governance, and lifecycle across their environments.”

“Canada is a strategic market for RSA,” said RSA CEO Rohit Ghai. “Our growth in the country, unmet market demand, and success with some of Canada’s top organizations and government agencies made the case for RSA to invest significantly in Canada. These investments will help more Canadian businesses deploy the unified identity capabilities needed to prevent cyberattacks and catalyze productivity.”

RSA said it will launch its new tenant in the first half of 2024 and will “move aggressively to support any customers with securing their cloud environments in the interim.”

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