Zero Trust Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Single Sign-On (SSO) Combined for Seamless User Experience and Secure Access to GitLab

RENO, NEVADA, USA, October 3, 2022 / — GitLab Inc., provider of The One DevOps Platform, and TraitWare Inc., providing native passwordless MFA and SSO for enterprise login, today announced their partnership, which delivers simpler, secure access for GitLab users.

Remote workforces and current world climate are among the factors that have increased security concerns for companies everywhere. Implementing a Zero Trust framework with multi-factor authentication (MFA) is widely mandated to strengthen security protocols across businesses worldwide.

“We are honored and excited to be working with the GitLab team,” said TraitWare CEO Heath Spencer. “We share a common vision for greater efficiency across industries and the highest security standards to protect individual and company identities and resources.”

81% of security breaches can be traced to compromised credentials (usernames and passwords). The TraitWare solution reduces risk by eliminating phishable factors from the authentication process and securing the human-to-machine endpoint while simplifying the login process.

“Today, with the rising threat to business networks, cybersecurity needs to be part of the IT strategy for companies of any size,” said Mike LeBeau, Senior Alliance Partner Program Manager at GitLab. “But keeping it simple is also crucial for greater user adoption and efficiency internally and among our customers. Partnering with TraitWare allows us to continue to simplify and secure login to our platform, and continuously iterate on our commitment to security.”

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