Identity and Access Management
Identity and access management (IAM) is gaining more attention than ever before because increased technology adoption complicated internal and external access to the environment.
While the organizations are looking to improve the user interaction with the business environment, with the increasing trend of identity thefts, data breaches, and ransomware attacks, federal governments across the globe are enacting more stringent regulations to address security and protect the identity of users. Maintaining a balance between the two dimensions becoming a major challenge for many organizations today.
Despite efforts and investment into IAM solutions, many organizations are still struggling to untangle the cascading effects of granting access to users, i.e., unauthorized access and excessive privileges. In addition, the evolving IAM technologies are creating confusion and complexity for the organizations to select and implement the right solution that addresses the user access management needs.