A centralized solution for managing customer and workforce identity and access including capabilities such as single-sign-on, multifactor authentication, adaptive AI-based access, passwordless access, and lifecycle and consent management. IBM Security Verify is a single-stack cloud-based, on premises, or hybrid-cloud solution for all identity and access needs listed above. Other advantages it presents are a way to integrate with legacy access and CRM applications, reverse proxies to help increase performance, reliability, and security, and a way to migrate from on-premises to cloud, not only from an application standpoint, but also in unifying directories. If data residency is a top concern, when combined with AWS, the vendor states that IBM Security Verify has the broadest tenancy, and can be delivered using a rapid deployment model that has already been put to the test in several critical situations. IBM further states they continue to invest in achieving and maintaining all the pertinent certifications such as SOC 2, ISO 27001, and PCI DSS, plus full FedRAMP authorization in 2022. IBM Security Verify is not just a solution IBM provides to clients for identity and access, but it is used it to establish a zero-trust posture for over 25 million of the company's own internal and external end-users, supporting 5,000 applications, more than 600 federated client companies and their workforces, and over 150,000 authorization groups, plus Mac, iOS, Android, Windows, Linux, and Z (mainframe) operating systems, which they state includes one of the world’s largest Apple deployments, and one of the largest Linux deployments.