Why Access Governance Moves the Risk and Reward Balance in your Favour
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Tuesday, November 15, 2011 TIME: 12:00 CET / 11:00am GMT
There are business risks associated with providing users with access to information resources; which can include loss of information or revenue, increased expenses and damage to corporate brand and customer relationships. Traditionally this has been managed by the IT organization through policies defined by the security organization, but that has led to a lack of flexibility in information accessed by the business and circumvention of processes to meet business demands.
By implementing a thorough, Access Governance program, the business is provided with an up to date view on who has access to which systems, and allows significantly better control providing the right access to the right people. This ultimately allows strategic compliance based initiatives to be managed by the policy creators but finer grained information access which is needed by the business to be less restricted.
A correctly implemented Access Governance program would provide a more agile and profitable business without introducing unnecessary risks.
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