What are the 3 main benefits of IAM
for management of your employees?
Adapt to the new working methods
Our IAM platform allows IT departments to combine ergonomics with secure access to the applications thanks to the implementation of multi-factor authentication and Single Sign-On, or SSO. Your employees will appreciate the convenience of SSO, adapted to all their professional situations: at the office or on the move, from a dedicated or shared PC, a smartphone or a tablet.
Furthermore, our platform will offer them a password reset service, removing the need for your administrators to perform tasks with little added value.
Manage and automate the life cycle management of your employees
within the company
The constant search for agility in companies increases the movement of personnel within the company. The use of temporary personnel, internal mobility and turnover are all day-to-day occurrences to be taken into account in an organisation.
Managing the life cycle of users within your organisation and the associated processes is a substantial task. Creating the identity of the new arrivals, taking into account people’s moves and changing situations, harmonising the data from the various reference bases, … When performed manually and independently, these are all time-consuming tasks, and a source of errors. Furthermore, they complicate the implementation of a cross-functional security policy.
Using our IAM platform, you can be assured that it will be easy to manage your processes for arrivals, mobility, departures, resource allocation, etc. This will allow arrivals to be declared, the right information sent to the right people at the right time, and departures with automatic revocation of rights to be anticipated.
Furthermore, your employees will benefit from services with a high added value (white pages directory, self-service, approvals processes, etc.), via ergonomic web interfaces.
Manage the authorisations of your employees and your VIPs
In order to efficiently manage all identities of your users, it is essential for you to be sure that the computer access rights of your employees comply with the company’s security policy. This is because poor authorisation management can pose a serious threat and have major consequences for a company.
Everyone who has access to the company’s data must have the right authorisation level for their position and their duties. User rights are not set in stone. When a user joins the company, they are granted access rights to match their initial duties, but these can change if the person changes mission, or their position or job description changes, for example. Their access rights and the scope of their authorisations must be updated to avoid any risk of vulnerabilities.
Your administrators, themselves with profiles which are difficult to manage due to their multiple accounts, always need to deal with “sensitive” populations with a high level of rights or “VIP” users with privileged access to the information system.
To achieve this, the IAM platform must facilitate the management of the various associated security levels, proposing automated rights review processes which can be used to identify any discrepancies and prevent any human error.