An InformationWeek Webcast: Content-Based Access Management - A new breed of Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Duration: One Hour
What if you could:
Better protect your company’s IP and customer information from being stolen while also improving revenue and customer satisfaction?
Double your audit success rate?
Reduce the cost of compliance by up to 50%?
Today’s security professionals try to achieve goals like these while facing many challenges, including managing and controlling the integrity and safety of data while at the same time ensuring compliance. Identity and Access Management (IAM) historically has been about knowing who your users are and then giving them access to data. What then happened with that access, however, was a mystery. Merely understanding identities is no longer enough.
Organizations now need to know not only who accessed their systems but also what was done with that access, creating data intelligence. By combining identity and data intelligence, organizations can take their security posture to the next level in IAM. Today we are in the position of knowing who our users are, what they can access and what they do with that access through something called Content-Aware IAM. Through this we can move towards a complete vision and understand what we can do with IAM data and, more importantly, what the data usage can tell us.
Please join us for this thought-provoking webcast to:
Gain a better understanding of the new breed of Identity and Access Management
Learn how it helped an organization achieve the three goals listed above