An IAM Assessment helps guide your program to Identity Management success, the first time around. The most common benefit from Identity Management is moving from high-touch, human-driven processes to a policy-driven, automated approach for identity lifecycle management. Considering that more than fifty percent (50%) of IAM implementations fail the first time around, this isn’t a […]
Stop optimizing the parts instead of the whole. Learn how to apply Systems Thinking to your Identity Management strategy. As organizations grow, they eventually cross a threshold where they can no longer afford to manually administer and manage user access; at this point, they must find a way to automate routine user administration tasks.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) systems have revolutionized how IT departments and businesses operate. Historically, companies were guilty of using multiple management tools that don’t interact with each other to manage user access from worker onboarding through separation. While this model can work for smaller organizations, it typically leads to bad data quality, processing errors,
Identity Management implementations are typically thought of as a technology project. This couldn’t be farther from the truth. The broad scope of Identity Management solutions requires business-wide changes to HR processes, security policies, and provisioning processes. They greatly impact how the processes and technology will work together. Investing a mere 10 percent of your time upfront on