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IAM

Identity and Access Management

Privileged Identity Management

Defining Privileged Identities
Individual user credentials aren't the only type of logins present on an organizations network. The IT personnel who maintain servers, network components, and software use special passwords with elevated permissions needed to install new hardware and software, configure services, and service the IT infrastructure. These logins allow unrestricted access to view and change data, alter configuration settings, and run programs.

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Identity Management

"Identity Management is a process of managing information used to identify users, control user access, determine user privileges, and delegate administrative authorities"

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Access Management

Access management is about managing consistent sets of access control policies across enterprise systems.  Automated access management protects internally and externally exposed systems and applications.

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Centralized Access Control

Challenge:  IT Departments are facing new challenges to meet increasing business demands like

  • Need to access enterprise applications globally anytime using any device
  • Creation of multiple user identities for multiple application access
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Directory Services

Challenge:  Business must make critical information and applications available to a constantly growing and changing user base and at the same time provide a highly available, scalable, manageable, integratable, centralized data store for users' identity data and for supporting data for web services architectures.

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