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Gathid Launches New Identity Governance Solution Using Directed Graph Model


Australian identity and access architecture company Gathid Ltd. today announced a new novel identity and access governance solution that uses a directed graph model for efficient anomaly detection and seamless integration across complex information technology infrastructures.

Designed for rapid deployment, immediate applicability and integration across varied IT infrastructures, the solution was created to tackle the need for scalable and cost-effective identity management.

Gathid argues that existing identity and access management solutions require centralized approaches, resulting in a reliance on a single or a small handful of vendors to facilitate large-scale contiguous deployments that maintain real-time identity concurrency between all systems. The large-scale deployments come at a high cost to purchase, migrate and enable, which is where Gathid aims to make an impact with its new solution.

The offering integrates with existing infrastructure to help organizations tackle increasingly complex identity security challenges. Gathid uses a novel application of a directed graph model for identity and access improvements, with a resource-efficient approach that can function across disconnected systems in hybrid and multicloud environments.

The identity model is reconstructed daily from the ground up, freeing organizations from the constraints of system syncs and incomplete delta reports. If automation misses a beat, Gathid highlights anything that has been missed and directs focus to critical compliance clean-up areas. The ongoing daily refresh cycle is claimed to be crucial in maintaining an accurate, always compliant access ecosystem.

The technology facilitates rapid deployment by efficiently integrating data from various sources, including digital platforms, operational technology and physical access control systems, without needing administrative rights or complex integrations. The platform is designed to make identity governance accessible and affordable for organizations of all sizes, analyzing role-based access and role mining even for legacy, air-gapped or specialized systems.

“We realized organizations that are not as mature as… industry giants didn’t have the resources to effectively identify who has access to what and – more importantly – whether they should have access at all,” said founder and Chief Executive Peter Hill. “This inspired us to invent a solution that helps organizations strengthen access management without completely overhauling their people, processes, physical infrastructure and technology.”

Based on the Gold Coast, Australia, with a satellite office in Seattle,Washington, Gathid is a publicly traded company, having been listed on the Australian Stock Exchange since 2017. The company was previously known as RightCrowd Ltd.

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