Manage identity and access life cycles across multiple systems in a heterogeneous environment. It is achieved by aggregating and correlating identity and access rights data that is distributed throughout the IT enterprise to enhance control over user access. This aggregated data serves as the basis for core IGA functions to help strengthen compliance and reduce risk.
Enable secure access to applications for valid users, and control what they can and cannot see and do. With federated single sign-on, users simply sign-in once and then access multiple applications both inside and outside of your enterprise while remaining secure and protected.
Directory Services are critical components in an enterprise application infrastructure, providing applications with identity services such as user profiles, access and authorization data. Well-structured and organized directory services are the foundation of efficient and effective identity management solutions that enable enterprise applications.
Privileged accounts are any account that holds “keys to the kingdom” access to your network. These can be in the form of admin, root, SYS, or other credentials that would give administrative all-access passes to your applications. With a growing number of accounts, environments, devices, applications, etc., manual managing of these accounts are not enough which is what has led to so many breaches.
Managed services are the proactive outsourcing of certain processes and functions, intended to improve operations and cut expenses. Managed Services differ from on-demand outsourcing, where the service provider performs services and bills the customer only for the work done, by providing 24/7 expert support, monitoring and maintenance at a fixed cost. Adopting managed services is an efficient way to stay up-to-date on technology, have access to skills and address issues related to cost, quality of service and risk.