Blog Posts by Nathan Chan

About the Author

Nathan is a Solution Architect at OneLogin focusing on partnerships with global systems integrators and software vendors. A Berkeley graduate and a New Yorker, he is also an avid fan of the New York Yankees.

AWS Identity Management: The OneLogin Difference with Multi-Resource Provisioning

Happy re:invent! With Amazon’s biggest conference kicking off today, I wanted to write about a long-awaited feature – it’s a game changer for AWS administrators.

November 28th, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | product and technology


How Do Custom Mappings Increase Efficiency?

Custom is not often associated with efficiency. So how does creating custom mappings in an IAM platform increase efficiency for IT departments?

September 23rd, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | product and technology


BMC and OneLogin Transforming Businesses at BMC Engage 2016

Heading to BMC Engage this year? We’re going to be doing something unique: instead of the usual booth session, we’ll be running a Remedyforce-OneLogin integration lab with BMC! If not familiar with it, BMC Remedyforce is a SaaS service management application built on Salesforce App Cloud.

September 1st, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | culture and news, product and technology


9 Ways to Enhance Detection-Based Security in your Organization

In today’s IT environment, where system compromises are almost a daily occurrence, many security experts have moved from a posture of prevention to detection. CISO’s are more focused on utilizing approaches to find the attackers within their walls rather than building higher walls in hopes of keeping them out.

August 18th, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | product and technology, security and compliance


HCM: The New Source of Truth for Identity Management

The most accurate employee status is in HCM. So, naturally, the HCM should drive your identity management. How do you integrate HR and IT systems though?

June 28th, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | product and technology, security and compliance


OneLogin Streamlines AWS User Management

For the last few years, anyone working on the cloud (pretty much everyone) has to have been living under a rock to not have come across Amazon Web Services (AWS). And even folks who might choose other ways to host their cloud-based offerings often find themselves relying on the convenience of AWS for everything from file hosting to development systems.

April 18th, 2016 | Posted by Nathan Chan | product and technology