OKTA Data Breach Statement

Nicolas Ponce | 03/21/2022

Addigy

7315 SW 87 AVE Suite 100

Miami, FL 33173

On March 21, 2022 public information was sent about a potential OKTA Breach. OKTA has posted some preliminary information at the following link: https://sec.okta.com/articles/2022/03/official-okta-statement-lapsus-claims

However, Addigy confirms it does NOT use the OKTA products within our environment.

Addigy does integrate with OKTA for Single-Sign-On and Addigy Identity Login. If you use OKTA, based on current recommendations, we would suggest rotating passwords and API Keys/SSO Certificates where applicable, just in case.

Addigy continues to monitor the situation and will provide updates as necessary.

Please direct any questions to [email protected]

Sincerely,

Addigy Security Team

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