Establishing Trust in the Enterprise To Enable New Ways of Doing Business

Identity

We live in an increasingly connected world, and the issue of identity is more important than ever. The growing use of cloud and mobile devices as well as the consumerization of information technology (IT) expand the risk of a cyber security attack causing significant financial and reputational harm. How can you ensure that only authorized employees, partners and customers are able to seamlessly access the right applications using trusted devices?

A mature identity and access management (IAM) strategy can provide your complex user community safe access to critical applications and data, while keeping up with the business and meeting compliance requirements. It’s one thing to know where you are going, but getting there requires skilled resources and a programmatic approach.

We’ve helped clients through all phases of their IAM journey, whether just getting started or implementing an integrated approach that aligns people, process and technology. We use a combination of workshops and assessments, implementation and integration services, and program governance to guide you down the path to a strategic IAM program. Our team of experts will help you elevate from project to program level and when you’re ready to take the next step, we’ll move your strategy to the next generation of IAM, Identity Defined Security™ which allows for intelligence-based, risk-based, adaptive decision making in all aspects of cyber security.

Read more about integrating IAM in to your existing cyber security technologies and our contribution to the Identity Defined Security Alliance.

 

 

55 %

Percentage of internal data breaches caused by privilege abuse – where internal actors misuse their level of granted access*

42 %

Percentage of users not confident their organization has enterprise-wide visibility to determine if privileged users are compliant with policies**

74 %

Percentage of organizations that believe implementing identity and access management is too difficult**

 

 

 

 

*Source: Verizon
**Source: Ponemon Institute


 

 

 

 

 


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