Guide to Building a Secure Identity and Access Management (IAM) Program

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is the practice of defining and managing the enterprise roles and access privileges of network users, along with establishing any details that further qualify these access privileges. The goal of an IAM program is to create a single digital identity for each individual; key advantages of IAM include enhanced security, simplified auditing and reporting, and a streamlined user experience that boosts productivity by providing easy access from anywhere. Naturally, once each digital identity has been created, it needs to be maintained and adjusted as needed with technology-shifts, or as a user’s standing, employment status, or relationship with the company changes.

In this guide, you can expect to learn more about:

  • Barriers to IAM
  • Top 5 IAM Challenges
  • Things to Consider in Your IAM Strategy when Securing Cloud Services
  • 3 Steps to Building A Secure Identity Management Program

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