IAM is historically driven by compliance and user provisioning. It had a very limited scope of coverage in terms of applications, a low return on investment and provided very restricted controls and views of access.
Written in conjunction with our UK consulting partner, Rivington Information Security, our latest paper, ‘Time to re-engineer Identity and Access Management’ explores the current challenges faced by organisations and explores a new approach to IAM covering:
- Mobile security
- Cloud security
- Universal access management
- Standardised identity management