The information management challenge has evolved. Years of deploying content-driven point applications and departmental solutions, mergers and acquisitions, and shifts in IT infrastructure have left large organizations with multiple content repositories and information management systems to deal with.
CA Content-Aware IAM helps you respond to the key IT drivers above. It helps to automate identity-based security processes (such as user provisioning, entitlement certification, etc.), which increases efficiency and reduces IT costs.
Consumers and business alike are faced with the ever-growing threat of identity theft. In 2007 alone, the total amount of all identity theft and fraud losses was over $1.2 billion. There were over a quarter of a million complaints of identity theft filed by consumers that year, and that number, while daunting, still does not give a true sense of the scope of the problem.
The essential notion of Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) for IT security administration is establishing permissions based on the functional roles within the enterprise, and then assigning users to a role or set of roles.
Beyond these important benefits for SAP installations, CA IAM can provide important additional benefits to your enterprise. It helps reduce risk and improve the security of your SAP and non-SAP applications and data.
As products go to market quicker, employees, customers, and business partners need the ability to collaborate and access business data-when, where, and how ever they choose. Watch this illustrated demo to see how IBM offers a smarter, business-driven approach to Identity and Access Management. And how IBM's extensive integration capabilities can enhance productivity without compromising security.
Published: March 2009 - Access management (AM) and segregation of duties (SoD) controls have become increasingly important to executives and corporate managers responsible for preventing fraud, ensuring the security of enterprise information systems, and complying with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other regulations.
There is a new automated technology available now that is helping businesses combat identity theft and prevent fraud. It is called identity proofing and it is specifically designed to verify consumer identities online. With all the fraud prevention solutions available in the market today you are probably wondering, does my company really need to use an identity proofing solution?
Butler Group, June 2006, Pages: 360
Identity and Access Management (I&AM) is supported by a range of widely used and reasonably mature protection technologies, that when deployed correctly, enable organisations to operate efficiently in today's competitive and often difficult trading environments. The efficient management of identity and associated access control issues needs to be of pressing concern for all security-conscious organisations, irrespective of their size or business focus.
With device reputation, WagerWorks gained valuable insight into the account activity on its sites, and as a result achieved greater control over fraud and abuse. By easily identifying account-device relationships and providing data for in-depth forensic analysis, iovation ReputationManager proved to be the most important addition to the company's overall fraud prevention process
With data breaches widespread, no organization can afford to be complacent, as most data losses are avoidable.
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Datamonitor, Nov 2008
This interactive model offers a comprehensive view of revenue opportunities in the global market for identity & access management products and services across key verticals and geographies. The model includes the revenue opportunities in a wide range of identity & access management products and their associated services, as well as product-independent services such as managed services.