Provisioning

Core Identity & Access Management Use Cases

Here is a reference list of common Identity Management Use Cases: Create User Initial Population of Users in ID Store (Data seeding for existing users) New Employee Hire through Automated HR Feed New contractor hire (workflow, database, or system feed) Modify User Transfer to Another Department Organizational Info Change (Manager, Department, Job Code, etc.) End …

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How Identity Management Cuts Costs

Identity & Access Management (IAM) solutions aren’t new. Most large organizations have implemented some form of IAM and realized dramatic savings in managing the user lifecycle from the user’s creation to separation. The real driver goes beyond cost because end user productivity and security are greatly enhanced as well. Yet a number of organizations are still …

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Roles Definition- Part I

Part 1: Defining Roles for IAM – Begin at the Top!

Implementing roles-based access control is invaluable, when implemented correctly.  Roles simplify access management for employees, contractors, and external users by incorporating the business policies and rules necessary to grant appropriate access; allowing the Identity Management solution to grant, modify and revoke access automatically. Just as importantly, roles simplify compliance as well, making it easier to …

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Part I – Data Quality is the lifeblood of Identity Management (IAM)

At most large enterprises, the IT environment has evolved over decades into an “accidental architecture” with everything from mainframes, PCs, and LANs to the Internet, cloud, and mobile devices, all connected by a poorly tied together patchwork that limits speed, flexibility, and innovation. IAM offers a new model for managing users and devices within the …

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Taking the pain out of User Onboarding with IAM

When a new employee is hired, setting up access to all files, applications, databases and so on is fundamental, because users cannot do anything without it.  And while you’re at it, don’t forget arranging for parking passes, cardkey access, and permissions to enter certain areas of the building. In short, there is a lot that …

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