All companies need to guard systems from unauthorized access, but the stakes are higher for missionary organizations. The personal safety of some employees depend on it. An organization with a large conglomerate of entities and a global footprint required staff in some regions to operate autonomously, without publicly associating with the organization. Consequently, for years, U.S. staff communicated sporadically with some international employees via public email accounts, virtual private networks, and public cloud storage. To improve efficiency while protecting workers’ identities, the organization wanted to build a global, generically branded portal to give all staff protected access to email and other applications. The chief information officer of the organization, says, It’s important that we keep information about individuals and our organization confidential, so security is always our first objective. To reduce complexity, we wanted centralized ID services. And to help with regulatory compliance, we needed to consolidate and digitize our financial workflows including expense reports.