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SailPoint Technologies Holdings, Inc., has announced updates to the SailPoint Identity Security Cloud. These aim to help enterprises move beyond the traditional identity governance approach of looking at access after-the-fact, replacing it with a forward-looking approach to managing access.

Newly added to SailPoint Identity Security Cloud are additional intelligence capabilities, including contextual insights into access anomalies and persona-based reporting. These insights are powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and build on SailPoint’s heritage as the first company to drive the vision of AI into identity security. The platform now generates an industry-first ‘Outlier Score’ with deep contextual insights, standardizing the measurement of access anomalies and providing deeper insights into what factors contributed to the Outlier Score. Comprehensive persona-based dashboards and reporting provide simple data visualization, making information easier for business stakeholders such as internal auditors and identity program sponsors to understand and analyze.  

In addition to these new intelligence capabilities, SailPoint also released new SaaS Workflows templates to help organizations automate identity tasks across systems.  Whether it is identifying and de-provisioning access for unused SaaS applications based on activity data or automatically generating an access review using the new Outlier score, these new templates will allow organizations to improve efficiency and security across their identity systems. 

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