Taking Automation in a Positive Direction One Reference Implementation at a Time - How Identity and Access Management Becomes Bulletproof

Taking Automation in a Positive Direction One Reference Implementation at a Time - How Identity and Access Management Becomes Bulletproof

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09-Nov-2018
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Research Code: 9B0F-00-64-00-00
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Without automation, IAM solutions will be unable to keep pace with the proliferation of access points and users, the immediacy of response required, and the number of stakeholders needing access to system status and the data itself.

Most important, without a more comprehensive approach to automation, IAM will be unable to stay a step ahead of the malicious actors from whom it is trying to protect businesses. So, moving in the direction of automation is not in question; which steps to take and what processes to follow are.

How to get moving and where to apply automation first and most aggressively is the focus of this insight. What is clear in this endeavor of automating IAM is that there is no new software or platform that organizations can simply apply to their business and become automated. There is no automation app.
Organizations and their suppliers need to work together to examine, reflect upon, and take stock of their current practices and processes; evaluate their effectiveness in meeting business goals; and determine the level to which automation would help improve that effectiveness. Then, they have to decide if they want to do it their way or the way of the experts in the field. It is not always an easy decision.

For organizations willing to listen to the experts, Hitachi ID has taken a use-case approach to helping organizations automate their IAM successfully, at a lower cost, and maintain system integrity for the long run.

Table of Contents

Introduction

IAM Today

The Drive toward Automation

The Hard Part

Hitachi ID Identifies Automation as a Priority

The Express train to automation

Stratecast - The Last Word

About Stratecast

About Frost & Sullivan

Related Research
Without automation, IAM solutions will be unable to keep pace with the proliferation of access points and users, the immediacy of response required, and the number of stakeholders needing access to system status and the data itself. Most important, without a more comprehensive approach to automation, IAM will be unable to stay a step ahead of the malicious actors from whom it is trying to protect businesses. So, moving in the direction of automation is not in question; which steps to take and what processes to follow are. How to get moving and where to apply automation first and most aggressively is the focus of this insight. What is clear in this endeavor of automating IAM is that there is no new software or platform that organizations can simply apply to their business and become automated. There is no automation app. Organizations and their suppliers need to work together to examine, reflect upon, and take stock of their current practices and processes; evaluate their effectiveness in meeting business goals; and determine the level to which automation would help improve that effectiveness. Then, they have to decide if they want to do it their way or the way of the experts in the field. It is not always an easy decision. For organizations willing to listen to the experts, Hitachi ID has taken a use-case approach to helping organizations automate their IAM successfully, at a lower cost, and maintain system integrity for the long run.
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Author Timothy McElligott
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 9B0F-00-64-00-00
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GPS Codes 3031,9455,9477,D562