IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT

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IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT

In the era of digital advancement, the prevalence of virtual identities has surged, emphasizing the heightened importance of assessing and regulating access to each identity. Companies are no longer solely focused on establishing data centers; instead, they are conceptualizing hybrid environments like “On-Prem,” “Cloud,” and “SaaS services.” As users increasingly work remotely with their own devices, the evaluation process has grown more intricate, aiming to discern “Who has access to what Systems or Applications and Why?” 

At our company, we specialize in helping clients simplify their Identity Governance and Access Management processes while constructing a resilient framework for the future. Our services encompass guiding clients through maturity roadmaps, implementing cutting-edge technologies, and offering continuous support throughout their Identity and Access Management journey. 

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Key Features

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Our Solutions

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Managing employees' access throughout their journey within an organization, from onboarding to departure, is crucial. Manual processes are time-consuming and prone to errors. Identity Lifecycle Management solutions automate these procedures, ensuring efficient control and restriction of access, minimizing the risk of unauthorized entry.

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Ensuring secure access, Multi-Factor Authentication requires users to provide multiple proofs of identity, such as passwords, pins, and biometric data.

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Identity Governance and Administration (IGA), or Access Governance, ensures that the right entities—employees, contractors, vendors, and systems—have appropriate access levels. This involves overseeing access, conducting audits, managing certifications, and implementing detailed access controls in line with company

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Single Sign-On (SSO) allows users to access multiple applications with one set of credentials, streamlining
authentication processes and enhancing security.

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Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a cybersecurity practice ensuring only authorized users access sensitive systems or data. It involves strict controls, monitoring, and authentication mechanisms, minimizing the risk of data breaches or unauthorized activities. PAM enhances security posture