When you implement a privileged access management solution as a standalone project, you will often face the same challenges that you had before you implemented it.
To gain the buy-in you need to make your IAM program successful, it's important to consider your employees' goals and needs during the design process.
Laurene Hummer used to answer society's big energy questions. Now she's helping you access your applications more easily as the "mini CEO" of IBM Security's identity and access management offering.
The capacity to express technical IT concepts in business terms is critical to a better, more informed decision-making process when it comes to user access and separation of duties.
In its latest report for identity management and governance, Forrester recognized IBM Security as a Leader.
Identity and access management (IAM) solutions can deliver real business value — and managed IAM solutions can help make sure they continue delivering that value well into the future.
An identity governance solution that presents advanced analytics in plain business language is the key to establishing trust between IT and security teams and line-of-business managers.
Security professionals need a comprehensive way to analyze user behavior, automatically respond to reports of suspicious activity and manage user access accordingly to thwart insider threats.
The B-2-C-12 formula enables security professionals to demonstrate the value gain of their identity governance and administration investments faster.
Identity governance and administration process engineering remains a challenge despite growing awareness about the importance of IGA and IAM processes.