Being unable to do your work because you can’t log in to something is an annoying barrier. Your enterprise needs to provide secure support for connected devices. At the same time, it needs to meet consumer and employee demands for safe and frictionless access to apps and data. So, how do you do that, and what standards do you need to meet?
Independent analyst group KuppingerCole ranked providers to help and ranked IBM Security Verify as an ‘Overall Leader’ in identity and access management (IAM) security. Let’s take a look at their guidelines for what makes a good IAM security offering.
Gathering the Right Element for IAM Security
A connected and smart network is the master key to all the brand loyalty doors you want to open. But to secure it, you need the right identity and access management system. Though marketing and other business leaders help drive the guidelines and have an influential part in choosing the solution, the IT department carries the lion’s share of burden for this.
“IT has to provide an infrastructure for this increasingly connected and intelligent enterprise,” the KuppingerCole report says, “both for incoming and outgoing access, both for customers and other externals such as business partners, including existing and new on-premises applications, cloud services and mobile devices.”
If you’re looking to implement brand-building zero-trust strategies with IAM as a central…