Why is Identity and Access Management Important?

The average person regularly uses passwords to 27 systems. Within an organisation, they also change roles multiple times while abandoning applications they no longer need. Sometimes they leave and there may be some accounts not disabled. Before long, an organisation has lost visibility of the access they are granting, and the ‘principle of least privilege’ is a distant dream.

Key Benefits of IAM
  • Improved security.
  • Identify and mitigate security risks
  • Acts as a platform for access and identity management information. …
  • Productivity gains. …
  • Reduced IT Costs.

For organisations with higher security, more granular controls may be appropriate. This is where the Access management and the Identity Governance parts become relevant.

We at Cybergrid can help you find out the right SIEM solution which will suit your environment