Identity & Access Management (IAM) enables secure and easy access to systems and data for authorized persons – independent of location – through a one-time login via single sign-on. IAM speeds up the secure access to important corporate data for employees and and allows companies to administrate users and authorizations.
One-time SSO-login enables employees access to all approved systems
Management of users, their authorizations and system access
IAM enables efficient work processes and access to data and systems while ensuring maximum security
Identity- and access management describes the deliberate handling of identities of persons and organizations. The aim is to grant the correct persons with the correct authorizations access to the required systems and data, regardless of location. Persons must be unambiguously identified and their access to a resource matched and synchronized with predefined user rights and restrictions. At the same time, all corporate and legal guidelines regarding security and compliance must be adhered to. In large companies with their multiple applications, this quickly becomes very complex.
Identity- & access management is used in larger companies to ensure the highest-possible security and productivity while also reducing security costs. Additionally, IAM provides options for compliance with legal requirements, regulations and corporate risk management.
IAM allows central administration of users, their permissions and access to systems while adhering to the highest compliance and security standards. A single identity provides access to numerous systems. This allows users to work productively and administrators to better manage the multitude of users and authorizations.
Easy security for applications without development effort
Adherence to provisions and regulations from compliance and risk management
Single point-of-administration for user- and rights management
System access through matching and synchronization of identity and permissions with role-based access control (RBAC)
Identification of persons across multiple devices and matching of their permissions
Free structuring of password provisions and secure administration of passwords
Logon with existing social log-in such as Open-ID or SAML
Location-independent access to required data and systems
Lowering development costs for adherence to security- and compliance provisions