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Active Roles and Starling

Coming Soon – Scheduled for availability in Q2 of 2020

The combination of Active Roles and Starling Connect ensure accurate and appropriate provisioning
And soon … you can expand into governance

Here is a brief high-level overview of new capabilities that will be rolled out in 2020 to expand an AD-centered approach to identity management to include governance through access request and access certification

Access Request

Access request can be a bottleneck. Without a consistent and automated way to ask for what they need, users are forced to make request via phone, email or by verbally asking their boss or an IT admin. That’s no way to do IGA. These cumbersome, manual and old school methods can be easily addressed with One Identity Starling Access Request.

Our AD-account management tool, Active Roles, along with Staring Access Request, closes the loop on true provisioning within the scope of our now-expanded footprint (including UNIX/Linux and SaaS apps). When a user requires access to a resource, they simply can use Starling Access Request’s convenient and intuitive interface and request access. Starling Access Request kicks off the correct workflows within Active Roles and, based on the approval rules, grants the access. The user gets the access they are supposed to have without unnecessarily pulling their boss into the process or having to chase down someone in IT to do the work – the process is now automated and efficient.

Access Certification

With manual provisioning and inconsistent access request, performing the core governance functionality of access certification is almost impossible. However, if provisioning is done correctly, certification can be done quickly and confidently. Most native tools do not support certification. So most organizations manage their governance tasks with spreadsheets and time-consuming manual processes.
Starling Access Certification empowers Active Roles users to easily augment provisioning processes with automated, business-driven access-certification campaigns. This gives a group or department head insight into permissions of their reports and enables them to certify that that access is correct.

The power of Starling Access Certification is not limited to the realm of AD-centered provisioning either. It will also certify privileged users and administrative access, which is the primary target of hackers. So you will be able to also use it with One Identity’s PAM solution –Safeguard. That gives you a single, SaaS solution that manages both standard access certification and privileged access certification.