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?’
Many organisations have a heterogeneous system landscape which uses a number of different access right concepts. The goal of all these concepts is to provide users with those access rights on resources they need to fulfil their work. Based on the high number of users and resources to protect in large organisations, the administration of these access rights can be quite complex and time consuming. Here access intelligence comes into the play.
IT auditors and the business organization staff of the bank agreed that for the 40,000 users of its client/server applications, IMS applications, other mainframe systems and its Windows network, the user administration systems currently in use were not providing the security required by the bank and were demanding too much administrator time.
Anti-Money Laundering Conference at the Gaylord National Harbor Conference Center starting on Sunday November 9 through Tuesday November 11. We’ll be highlighting solutions for the banking sector with an emphasis Identity Access Management (IAM) and on our partner, Tonbeller’s, product “Siron AML”. We’ll also be emphasizing our entire suite of products that assist banks with compliance and governance including IAM solutions SAM and Garancy and our DCI solutions for log and print management and archiving.