Keys to the kingdom

Identity and access management is a core principle of ensuring a robust cybersecurity framework.

13 June 2022

Simeon Tassev, Galix. Photo: Karolina Komendera

Any organisation that manages multiple users, all of whom need access to many types of data and applications, requires a robust set of solutions and standards to help implement access controls, to protect data from today’s complex threats. Identity and access management (IAM) systems are designed to do exactly that.

According to Sana Rejibi, IAM consultant, BT, remote working and hybrid workforces are shining the spotlight on the need for these systems. Because work has moved from being centralised in an office location to taking place across myriad locations, this is placing greater demands on access management.

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