Identity Access Management

By implementing IAM, we can help you have peace of mind while you focus on your external ventures.  

Manage voluminous internal data before it goes out of control

Identity Access Management ensures sufficient authentication and systematic definition of authorisation levels. As a cyber security company, we understand your Identity Access Management requirements and put together a plan for you.  

Centralise Access Control

Efficient Data Management

Improve User Experience

Security considerations are exponentially multiplied without IAM

Without IAM, there is no centralised control over changing access requirements for employees moving in, out, up and down the organisation. It is nearly impossible to individually manage who has access to what and puts your sensitive data at risk of malicious or accidental tampering.

Insider Threat Risk

With employees or partners having access to multiple resources it can be difficult to manage all inactive accounts once an employee leaves the organisation or detect privilege creep from when employees have worked in various departments. These pose insider threat risks as malicious individuals may use this opportunity to compromise private information after they have left the organisation.

Challenging Data Security

System architects must add security measures to projects individually if there is no central system. In a tight schedule situation, core functionalities of the new system may be compromised, or security may be sidelined and eventually forgotten, either of which is unprofitable for the business.

Difficult Audits

Without identity access management, verifying access controls for an individual user can involve analysis of various systems, internal implementation and database integration which result in difficult data security audits.

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