With the growing spread and availability of IAM systems, auditors are getting more and more demanding concerning their expectations for powerful analytic capabilities regarding the IAM data historization. Over the last decade, most IAM systems were implemented because of the dreaded question ‘Who is allowed to do what in your organization?’
Managing access permissions is an increasingly important part of successful risk management. The potential risk to corporate IT increases with every access authorization and every user account. When people dealing with risk management include permission structures in their work, they can significantly reduce IT risk potential and therefore strategic and operational risk too.
So what do you need to consider when planning, implementing and deploying an access risk management system.