The IT department of Radboud University (the Netherlands) manages 40,000 to 50,000 identities. With around 25,000, the school also has an academic hospital, with faculty and staff, along with researchers from all over the world, not to mention invited guests.

As IM project manager, Jan Peter van Amerongen explains, “The main security issue at the university is data breaches, because we've got a lot of scientific research information that can't be revealed publicly until the research is finished. Until then, there is a lot of privacy information stored in our files and we want to ensure that it's not getting out in the open.”

Watch our short video case study to hear Van Amerongen discuss how Radboud University protects its data and accelerates its enrollment processes with Identity Manager.

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