Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) is a core component of Identity and Access Management (IAM) infrastructure and refers to integrated solutions that combine Identity Lifecycle Management (ILM) and Access Governance. IGA helps to cut costs, increase security, improve compliance, and give users access to the IT resources they need.
Depending on maturity in terms of IAM, some organizations may need to bolster their capabilities in ILM while others need to focus on Access Governance. But most organizations are looking for a comprehensive IGA solution, that combines traditional User Access Provisioning (UAP) and Identity and Access Governance (IAG).
In the current economical climate many companies are facing the need to restructure the operations to ensure efficieny and profitability.
This does in some cases result in layoffs but is also means that projects are cancelled and the staff that was assigned to these projects are freed up for other efforts. In IAM terms the results is a lot of movers in the organisation which traditionally has been a usecase that has been challenging to efficiently support.
How do we help the business and support the need for assignment based access to ensure efficient usage of staff? This talk will look at the lessons learned from implementing assigned based access at a global retailer. It may also include Swedish meatballs, flatpack furniture and moose hunting towers.
Various large organizations typically have invested heavily in SAP as well as IGA. There comes a point where the two systems start overlapping functionalities. This session will provide a viewpoint on an integrated IGA approach based on organization needs.