To understand current practices regarding identity and access management, One Identity commissioned Dimensional Research to survey IT security professionals. A portion of the survey focused on current processes with regard to deprovisioning and investigated how respondents manage dormant accounts. A total of 913 individuals completed the online survey and all had responsibility for IT security as a major part of their job. The survey was conducted in late July and early August 2017. Respondents represented the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France, Australia, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
Don’t have a lot of time to check out the complete results from our recent survey? No problem. We’ve created an executive summary to highlight key results of the survey. In it, you learn about these notable findings:
Most IT security professionals are aware that their identity and access management (IAM) practices are substandard and know what to do to fix them -- but do not have the time nor resources to do anything about it.
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