In today’s digital world, it is a challenge to business corporations for maintaining a better control access to their sensitive information with the trend of increasing reported data breaches around the globe. The traditional IAM focus has been on user digital identities and their access, today it encompasses on insider threats, database security, access points, and the growing number of users, complexity in the applications they use and other business activities.
In today’s heterogeneous IT environment, organizations need to connect and manage a variety of applications and resources, either on premise, cloud or on both. They must enable users get secure access from any location on any device. The reality is that the complexity is the biggest threat when there is a need to monitor the dynamic access rights of several users to diverse applications.
Data privacy and security are the utmost concerns to resilient against any security breach or risks. It includes data integrity that protects business data by controlling applications’ access to target systems where that data is being managed, while maintaining the compliance with data privacy regulations. Further, secure access to information be limited not only to users, but also to the business partners and clients.
Organizations are looking for a better control access beyond the password management for granting access to resources based on attributes. The need is to be able to deploy resource-specific access controls, implement integrated authoritative sources and enable access control policies, while implementing monitoring tools to track who has access to what.
ORSUS™ Identity and Management framework is a simplified identity management platform that can address all aspects of Identity lifecycle processes. The comprehensive solution can encompass strategies to manage identity repository, leverage strong authentication on several factors, and enforce access control privileges through roles.
The application establishes a strong compliance by continuously monitoring security risks, unauthorized members and access governance concerns through audit controls, and access policies.