Learn how to avoid the IAM Hall Of Shame
Recent security breaches by trusted insiders have propelled Identity and Access Management (IAM) to the top security priority of many organizations. After all, it’s clear security is only as strong as its weakest link – people – and the press is full of articles documenting the damage people can do. So it’s natural for security managers to want to shore up their IAM infrastructure to avoid similar embarrassment. But IAM needs to be approached with an eye towards the full extended environment and by taking associated risks into account. In other words, whether you are starting from scratch or taking on new IAM challenges such as cloud security, there are certain IAM tenets you should follow to build a successful, effective IAM solution.
Don’t join the Hall of Shame by having a security breach at your organization. Attend this webcast on Wed, Jul 16, 2014 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT to learn five ways a typical IAM solution can fail, so you don’t make the same mistakes.
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