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Identity and Access Management Strategies That Grow With Your Business

On Demand
  • Recorded Date:Sept. 9, 2020
  • Event:On Demand

For companies that don’t need a complex Identity Governance & Administration solution (IGA), account and group administration is still a priority. Every company needs a solution for at least baseline IAM (Identity and Access Management), that fits their current state but can also equip them to expand to Identity Governance and Privileged Access Management (PAM) when they are ready.

For these organizations, an adaptable Active Directory-centered (AD) approach can address the areas of highest impact. By adding cloud-based access request and access certification functionality to the mix, a company can achieve a basic IGA solution for a fraction of the cost, complexity, and deployment time. This approach also provides the opportunity to expand the scope beyond AD and Azure AD by embracing many non-Windows systems (such as Unix/Linux) and SaaS applications (via SCIM connectivity). Learn how to build a strategy for a modular approach to identity that can be custom fit to company needs, size, complexity, and budget.

This webinar will equip you to:

  • Provision your AD and Azure environment – and beyond
  • Approach baseline IAM implementation efficiently
  • Plan a short track for improving security and compliance
  • Set up your identity program for ongoing success
  • Be well-positioned to expand to IGA and PAM when the time is right.

In the first part, KuppingerCole Principal Analyst Martin Kuppinger gives a brief overview of identity in general as well as of IAM, IGA and PAM strategies, and looks at what every business, regardless of size and industry, needs in IAM.

He is joined by One Identity Field Strategist Dan Conrad, who explains how to prioritize IGA capabilities for maximum impact and show why you should opt for a modular approach with AD-optimized tools.

Speakers

Martin Kuppinger, KuppingerCole Principal Analyst 

Dan Conrad, One Identity Field Strategist