KEEP YOUR NETWORK SECURE, MANAGED, AND RELEVANT

Identity and Access Management (IAM), has become a catch-all phrase used to cover a range of logical security and identity-related technologies. We have focused on IAM since our inception. We are knowledgeable, experienced and product agnostic.

CHOOSE THE IAM SOLUTION THAT IS RIGHT FOR YOU!
OR CALL US TO RESCUE A STALLED IAM IMPLEMENTATION. 

We have spent years developing a 5-step process to a successful IAM implementation and can also jump in on a project that has already gone astray – call us if you need a stalled project “rescued!”

5 Steps to a Successful IAM Implementation

Check out the details for each step and we can jump in at any point to rescue a stalled project.

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    • Identity Management (IdM)– Focuses on authentication of users, the process of determining if the person or entity is genuine. IdM creates identities (accounts) and assigns roles, groups or roles, but does not control
    • Access Management (AM)– Focuses on authorization, the process of applying policy to permit or refuse access to an authenticated body. AM is the processes and technology implemented to grant authorized users access to utilize a service; while preventing access to non-authorized users.
    • Password Management– Password resets are the #1 request for manually-driven help desks. Organizations need proper tools to enforce password policies and provide user self-service for password resets.
    • Privileged User Management– Focuses on the special requirements of powerful accounts within the IT infrastructure of an organization. Users who can grant or have full access to data can pose the greatest risk.
    • Governance– Focuses on ensuring that the data and processes in the organization are adhering to two principles: (1) doing the right thing when it comes to roles and permissions and, (2) doing things right, which focuses on reviewing and matching roles with the expectations of the business.

“IAM solutions: create sophisticated software to manage the lifecycle of employees in your operational systems, from cradle to grave.”

– Nathan Wiehe, Vice President of Integration Services

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