Denmark is one of the most digitized nations in the world. A status largely due to the foresight of decision makers, public-private corporation, and the realisation of the importance of security and trust. Now a new optimized solution for IAM has been implemented, fully complying with the EU cybersecurity directives, and giving both public and private sectors access to solely accepting validated digital identities, which is the prerequisite to establish a digital ecosystem governed by security, protection, management of threats and ultimately trust.
In the modern interconnected enterprise and digital world, using a centralized Access Management system is the only future-proof solution in terms of security, scalability, manageability and governance. However, it is easy to overlook its importance and benefits. Once such a solution is in place, we manage to transfer all IAM-specific concerns to a central component, and we can allow the consuming systems to ignore them and carry on with their actual purpose.
Digital identities of consumers, customers, business partners, employees, but also devices, things, or services are at the core of the digital business. Unfortunately, most digital identities reside in siloes. Building a modern Identity Fabric that delivers seamless yet secure and controlled access from everyone and everything to every service requires breaking down the legacy identity siloes, and building a modern, flexible, identity data foundation.