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It Takes Intelligence to Close the Identity and Access Management Gap

December 17, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  Bank Systems and Technology

The challenge for banks has always been ensuring the right people have the right access to the right resources and do the right things with them — this is identity and access management (IAM). The first wave of solutions in the early 2000s automated provisioning with a focus on efficiency. Organizations could on-board new employees more quickly while using fewer IT staff to do it. The second wave of solutions focused on governance, helping organizations meet increasing regulatory pressure. Still, breaches kept climbing exponentially.

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