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Courion reported that Old Republic National Title Insurance Company selected Courion ComplianceCourier as its access certification solution.
Old Republic, which has more than 4,000 employees, has been serving the real estate and mortgage industry for more than a century and maintaining the company's reputation is of paramount importance.
With ComplianceCourier, Old Republic said it will be able to centralize and automate the access control process, reducing the risk of unauthorized access.
In its release, Courion added that ComplianceCourier's reporting interface will allow the company to audit existing access by user, application, administrator, group, or workstation and meet SOX compliance requirements.
Courion noted that by establishing a scalable process for certifying "who has access to what," the efficiency of IT operations will be increased, freeing staff to focus on other tasks. The Courion solution will also help the company consolidate its active directory structure.
"With Courion ComplianceCourier, we will gain clear visibility into user access," says Old Republic's Director of IT Security. "As a result, we'll be able to improve access control and significantly streamline access review processes."
Courion specializes in Identity and Access Management (IAM), from provisioning to governance to Identity and Access Intelligence (IAI).
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