Exostar Secure Access Manager vs IBM Security Verify Access comparison


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Exostar Secure Access Manager
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IBM Security Verify Access
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Identity Management (IM) (17th), Identity and Access Management as a Service (IDaaS) (IAMaaS) (14th), Access Management (12th)

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Gaurav Gaurav - PeerSpot reviewer
Aug 1, 2022
Supports on-prem and cloud environments, has good integration capabilities, and is easy to adopt
They can improve the single sign-on configuration for OIDC and OAuth. That is not very mature in this product, and they can improve it in this particular area. OIDC is a third-party integration that we do with the cloud platforms, and OAuth is an authorization mechanism for allowing a user having an account with Google or any other provider to access an application. Organizations these days are looking for just-in-time provisioning use cases, but IBM Security Access Manager is not very mature for such use cases. There are only a few applications that can be integrated, and this is where this product is lagging. However, in terms of configuration and single sign-on mechanisms, it is a great product.

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"It costs about 300K AED for a year. Its pricing is a bit on the higher end, but in comparison to other products in the market, its price is still better. There are lots of other products that are very costly."
"The product is not expensive. It depends on the number of users."
"The license and costs depend on the amount range of users you have. For just approximately 2,000 users, the price is practical and fair. However, when you have 20,000 users, it starts to become really expensive, and the discount per user is not attractive enough to go ahead and purchase."
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What do you like most about IBM Security Access Manager?
The tool provides a password vault, single sign-on, and multifactor authentication. It offers various authentication methods like fingerprint integration, one-time passwords, or tokens sent via ema...
What needs improvement with IBM Security Access Manager?
The user interface for users and administrators could be improved to make it easier. Automating some functions could also be beneficial.
What is your primary use case for IBM Security Access Manager?
Currently, we're using IBM Security Access Manager for multi-factor authentication.

Also Known As

Exostar SAM, Exostar Pirean
IBM Security Verify Access (SVA), IBM Security Access Manager, ISAM

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Lilly, Amgen, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Veeva, Cognizant, Pfizer
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