As we said at the start of this KC Navigator series on IAM, it has never been more important for organizations to have absolute control over who and what can access business critical data and systems, but the growing statistics of cyber-attacks, means that many organizations are failing to do this as well as they could.
Due to the fact that a high proportion of cyber-attacks exploit stolen credentials and the growing regulatory requirements to limit access to sensitive information to an absolute minimum and provide audit logs of all user activity, there is an undeniable need for all sizes of organizations in all industry sectors to have effective IAM controls, especially as traditional network perimeters disappear and enterprise infrastructure becomes increasingly complex, heterogeneous and hybrid.
At the same time, IAM is moving beyond IT security and privacy compliance to become a valuable enabler that drives business performance, digital transformation, and competitive...
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