|Company size (employees)
|5,000 to 9,999
|Type of solution
ManageEngine, the IT management division of Zoho Corporation, focuses on simplifying IT operations for enterprises. We have an expansive range of over 50 products and a global presence in more than 190 countries. Nine out of every 10 Fortune 100 companies trust us with their IT management, and rightly so.
AD360 is our integrated identity and access management (IAM) solution that helps enterprises manage and secure user identities, facilitate identity governance, and ensure compliance. It provides in-depth access management for Windows Active Directory and other target systems like Microsoft 365 and Google Workplace, offering a considerable edge over native tools. Some of AD360’s key capabilities include authentication, auditing, user behavior analytics (UBA), MFA, and SSO. This enables administrators to monitor and manage their enterprise’s on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments from a single console.
AD360’s core capabilities include automated user life cycle and entitlement management, adaptive authentication, risk assessment, and threat intelligence for enhanced identity governance. This helps organizations efficiently manage identities across target systems, mitigate risk using automation, and optimize administration. AD360 helps admins stay one step ahead of the constantly changing threat landscape and thwart attacks by providing critical capabilities like score-based risk assessment, threat corroboration, and anomaly detection powered by machine learning (ML).
How we are different
1. Built for Zero Trust: AD360 helps enterprises implement Zero Trust by streamlining identity life cycle management, deploying adaptive authentication, enforcing the principle of least privilege, and continuously monitoring target environments to provide detailed audit reports. The tool helps eliminate human error and redundancies by automating routine IAM tasks such as user provisioning, modification, and deprovisioning. AD360 helps organizations detect and prevent privilege abuse by continuously auditing privileged user activity. By providing modular licensing and varied deployment options, AD360 enables enterprises to deploy a Zero Trust architecture that caters to their specific IAM requirements.
2. Actionable reporting and ML-powered UBA: AD360 employs UBA powered by ML algorithms to detect anomalies in user behavior and provides intelligent threat alerts. This allows enterprises to gain advanced security insights while preventing false alarms. Administrators can receive instant alerts on unusual logon activity, privilege escalation, and other anomalous behavior. This also provides a considerable edge over traditional tools, which often raise false alarms and fail to detect abnormalities with precision.
3. Hybrid IAM: AD360 facilitates hybrid IAM, with cloud-based Zero Trust network access at its core. This allows enterprises to manage their on-premises and cloud identities centrally and govern access privileges to corporate resources. By providing MFA and adaptive authentication methods, it helps extend an additional layer of security and curb identity-related attacks. A wide range of authentication methods are supported, including SMS verification, biometric verification, Google Authenticator, and RADIUS. Besides MFA, AD360 supports SSO across SAML-based applications. It also provides risk-based adaptive authentication, which uses ML to mitigate access-related risks.