Technologies Empowering Future of Identity Management

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Identity and Access Management (IAM) lifecycle is comprised of a comprehensive set of business processes and enterprise infrastructure for the purpose of maintaining digital identities and providing a secured and documented access to enterprise resources and applications. There are significant number of programs opted by enterprises to maintain regulatory compliance from time to time by optimizing processes and changing policies. However, there are some segments of the IAM ecosystem that requires advancements in technology also which are often neglected by many. Technology development should go hand-in-hand with policy reforms to strengthen security across organizations and bridge the gaps in identity management that is present in many modern day enterprises.

This research service identifies the key technology development areas within Identity and Access Management space and explores the benefits of such technology development. The report also highlights the key developers in the identified technology segments to give an overview of the technology advancements.


In brief, this research service provides the following:
a) A brief snapshot of the benefits of Identity and Access Management solution implementation
b) Key challenges faced by organizations in the implementation process
c) The market trend and its potential across region and application areas
d) The key technology development areas within Identity and Access Management
e) Key participants under each of the enabling technology segments

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Key Findings2.0 Overview of the Topic2.1 Overview of Identity Management2.2 Key Drivers for Implementing Identity Management Solutions2.2 Key Drivers for Implementing Identity Management Solutions (continued)2.3.1 Key Challenges with Identity Management Solution Implementation – Challenges With Access Control Management 2.3.1 Key Challenges With Identity Management Solution Implementation – Challenges with Access Control Management (continued)2.3.2 Key Challenges With Identity Management Solution Implementation – Challenges with Infrastructure Management2.3.3 Key Challenges With Identity Management Solution Implementation – Challenges with Security Management3.0 Market Trends and Forecasts for Identity Management Solutions3.1 Revenue Forecast for Total Identity and Access Management Solution Market3.2 Percentage of Revenue Forecast by Segments3.3 Percentage of Revenue Forecast by Region3.4 Revenue Forecast By Vertical Markets4.0 Pillars of Identity Management and Key Innovation Areas4.1 Four Key Pillars of Identity Management4.2 Identity-as-a-Service Reducing Cost of Deployment4.3 Companies at the Forefront of the Identity-as-a-Service Market4.4 Identity Visualization Facilitating Informed Decision Making4.5 Companies at the Forefront of the Identity Visualization Market4.6 Biometric Authentication Tightening Security4.7 Trending Biometric Technologies4.8 Companies at the Forefront of the Biometrics Technology Market4.9 Advanced Analytics Enabling Effective Activity Monitoring4.10 Trending Analytics Technologies4.11 Companies at the Forefront of the Analytics Market5.0 Growth Opportunities5.1 Growth Opportunities – Identity and Access Management5.2 Strategic Imperatives for IAM Stakeholders6.0 Companies to Action6.1 Laser Light-based Touchless Biometrics – ContinUse Biometrics Ltd., 7.0 Analyst Insights7.1 Analyst Insights8.0 Key Contacts8.1 Key Contacts8.1 Key Contacts (continued)Legal Disclaimer9.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story9.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career9.3 Global Perspective9.4 Industry Convergence9.5 360º Research Perspective9.6 Implementation Excellence9.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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