Data Mapping for Identity Management


The underlying goal of any Identity & Access Management (IAM) project is to provide an efficient and streamlined approach to user management across the enterprise. For many organizations, access management processes are slow and inconsistent because user provisioning / de-provisioning is performed manually. Identity management offers a better way. Robust IAM solutions offer a central […]

Identity Management Reference Guide: Key Terms and Definitions

Identity and Access Management (IAM) programs define standard controls to ensure endpoint systems are designed, configured, and managed to preserve the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. Most of these controls are recognized as good practice and require minimal effort to implement, if the IAM solution is built properly. Our implementations consistently highlight a need […]

Disaster-Proof Identity Management: Start with a Strong Foundation

Can you afford to have your Identity Management project fail? If not, we have some tips to prevent your Identity & Access Management (IAM) project from going off the rails. Much like constructing a building requires a strong foundation to succeed, laying the proper groundwork will help you provide an IAM architecture that is scalable, […]

Mastering Identity Management: When Your HRIS System Falls Short

Identity Management (IAM) is built around the concept of establishing a “Gold Standard” data set for each user that is: 1) accurate, 2) actively maintained, and 3) available. In IAM, answering the question “Who are you?” depends on having access to the most current information for each user (employee or contractor) on the network. Usually, […]