SECUDE and Siemens have agreed to enter into a partnership in order to capitalize on each other’s complementary technologies and co-ordinate marketing and sales efforts on a global scale. “The driver for this partnership is that the whole is more than the sum of its parts,” states Doris Hermann, VP and general manager security and identity management, Siemens. Siemens has marketed and sold security solutions on a global scale, including an identity and access management suite based on the Siemens DirX product family. According to the companies, by combining SECUDE’s expertise in ‘key management and Single Sign On technology’ with Siemens DirX technologies, customers can now rely on the partnership’s global reach and increased technical capabilities.
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