Identity Management provides user self-service, automated user – lifecycle management (i.e. joiner, mover and leaver) across heterogenous platforms, access reviews and separation of duty policies. It facilitates a rich policy framework for enforcing corporate security policies and enabling detailed audit capabilities.
Identity ManagementIdentity Governance enables enterprise to meet organisational compliance and industry regulations by managing identities that interact with an organisations environment.
Access management solutions securely manage access to business-critical applications and data. These solutions provide centralised authentication and authorisation, policy management and access control services for Web resources, systems and hosted applications. Single Sign-On (SSO) improves the user experience and reduces help-desk costs.
Centralise the management of two-factor authentication functions, security tokens and user across the enterprise.
Identity Governance offers visibility regarding who has access to what information resources within an organisation. Governance implies that the control of access is driven by policy as well as procedure. Access Governance systems are of significant importance to enterprises due to an increased emphasis on regulatory compliance and heightened sensitivity to insider threat.
IT organisations can reduce access management complexity and increase operational efficiency while minimising risk and ensuring compliance.
Federated Identity and Cloud Management
Federated Identity Management provides web and federated single sign-on (SSO) to end users across multiple applications. Browser based integration and open standards provides short term gains in user productivity, user experience and reduction in administration costs. Enterprises adopting cloud based services can leverage federated single sign-on for secure information sharing across private, public and hybrid cloud deployments.
Implement a powerful identity mediation service for Cloud, SaaS and Web services.
Privileged Access Management
A privileged account is typically the administrator, super-user or root account for a given system and provides the capability, not only to reconfigure and/or apply modifications to a system and/or its components, but also to access any information that is held on the system. Security and management of these privileged accounts is a priority for all enterprises.
When users require use of a privileged account, the “Username” and “Password” is booked-out from the automated self-service Password Safe.