Leading API security and identity management firm, Curity, has been chosen by Ooredoo Kuwait, the country’s leading telecommunications company. Curity’s product, the Curity Identity Server brings identity and API security together in a unique way. Ooredoo Kuwait will use it to protect its customer-facing applications for millions of users, enabling secure and flexible access to their digital services.
Curity’s experienced Professional Services team will partner with the Ooredoo Kuwait team and offer support through architectural planning and implementation as well as creating plugins to solve individual use cases.
Sahbi Ben Gdaiem, Corporate Security Planning Manager at Ooredoo Kuwait, comments: “We are looking forward to working with Curity as our IAM partner. So far, we are really impressed with the flexibility of the Curity Identity Server and the support we are getting from the Professional Services team. The new CIAM will be a part of the Zero Trust API Architecture which will pave the way toward our digital transformation while maintaining a higher security standard and offering a better customer experience”.
Curity’s CEO Travis Spencer comments, “We are excited to bring our knowledge and experience of working with Telcos to Ooredoo Kuwait. I'm confident that the Curity Identity Server's standards-based approach and extensive features will enable Ooredoo Kuwait to mature and scale their business by providing best-in-class security while also improving the user experience for their customers."
About Ooredoo Kuwait:
Ooredoo Kuwait was established in December 1999 as the second operator in the country. Today, the company offers mobile, broadband internet and corporate managed services tailored to the needs of customers and businesses. The company operates a number of telecom operators in the region: Ooredoo Algeria, Ooredoo Tunis, Ooredoo Maldives, and Ooredoo Palestine. Ooredoo Kuwait is a member of the international Ooredoo Group based in Doha, Qatar.