Trend Report: Enterprise Role Management

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Enterprise Role Management describes an enterprise-wide approach for defining role models and roles for every type of system which requires roles, going beyond IAM and GRC requirements. Within that concept, there are typically three levels of roles, which we define as Business Roles, IT-functional Roles, and System-level Roles. These concepts are accepted and implemented by an increasing number of organizations.

The report provides, beyond some numbers on the role management market, guidelines for imple-menting Enterprise Role Management successfully.

The information in this report is based on a survey Kuppinger Cole has run in November/December 2008 amongst role management responsible from organizations of any size and on the current, ongo-ing research of Kuppinger Cole.

 

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Jan 16, 2009

Trend Report: Enterprise Role Management

Enterprise Role Management describes an enterprise-wide approach for defining role models and roles for every type of system which requires roles, going beyond IAM and GRC requirements. Within that concept, there are typically three levels of roles, which we define as Business Roles,…

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