Discover how you can get IAM right with the correct balance of access management, privileged account management (PAM) and identity governance using One Identity.
Identity and access management (IAM) is one of your first lines of defense. Making sure that users have exactly the access and privileges they need — no more, no less — and providing for governance are essential for security. But why do so many IAM projects fail? More important, how can you make sure that yours doesn’t?
This e-book offers you several clear guidelines for your own IAM project:
- a 19-word definition of IAM
- the 8 signs of Death by One-off
- why the business — not IT — should be at the front lines of provisioning
- how a unified approach can lower IT costs (page 6)
You’ll also learn from IAM successes and failures in other companies, with links to case studies.
Start building on the three pillars of IAM functionality — access management, privilege account management and identity governance — by reading the e-book “Strategies to Ensure Success for your IAM Project.”