• Cloud IAM

  • Cloud Identity Management addresses a critical challenge most IT departments are facing today. It is a framework of policies, procedures, and tools used by an organization to govern user identities in the cloud. It dictates critical functions such as identity provisioning and deprovisioning, authentication, authorization and federation – in essence, everything needed to lay out who has access to which applications or data, when and from where.

  • Are you considering migrating your existing IAM to the Cloud?

  • When companies use cloud services they don't control themselves. Companies still must develop sound policies around role-based access. They still must grant rights to users who need information to get work done. And they must be able to automatically take away those privileges when people leave a company or change roles. On top of it all, companies using cloud services are also bound by any compliance rules that govern their identity and access management (IAM) initiatives.

    Managing cloud Identity Management means using a complex set of one-off procedures. This approach may lead to chaos and an inability to audit any of the systems.

  • Considerations for Identity Management in Cloud Computing

  • How do organization achieve effective identity management in cloud computing without losing control over internally provisioned application and resources?

    Who is doing what, what is their role and what are they trying to access? This requires the use of threat-aware identity and access management capabilities in order to secure their extended enterprise.