Identity and Access Management (IAM)
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a framework of policies that dictate the identities of exactly who is permitted to be on your network, and exactly what data they can access. Implementing an IAM framework is an important foundational step to building a robust and pervasive security program at your organization. Relatively easy to implement, IAM is a fairly quick way to noticeably improve your organization’s security posture. There has been significantly more importance placed on IAM solutions as workforces become more distributed.
The resources below are available to help you understand the importance of implementing an Identity program, the components of doing so, and the measurable impact that can have across your organization.
MFA Everywhere To avoid compromise, stay compliant, and keep your data safe from malicious third parties, your organization needs a secure, strong Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) framework. MFA allows you to be sure the right people are accessing the right resources in the right context at the right time. Not as easy as it sounds. Watch this engaging interview with ePlus and Okta IAM experts to learn more.
SSO Everywhere An agile Single Sign-On (SSO) solution is a key part of an effective Identity program. With SSO technology, a user enters their login credentials one time to access all of their SaaS applications. Learn more about why a reliable, customizable, sophisticated and secure SSO solution is critical to stopping disruptive threats to your organization.
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Why You Should Focus Your IT Spend On Identity Access Management (IAM)
ePlus CIO, Doug King discusses why he focused his IT spend on Identity Access Management (IAM) instead of putting it elsewhere. In this presentation, you'll learn what was important to ePlus when considering an IAM solution and what problems we were able to solve. In this conversation with Dan Nester, Enterprise Sales Director at Okta, Inc, you'll learn how Identity Access Management hooks into other areas of a company’s infrastructure and why it is important to consider not just MFA and SSO, but the entire lifecycle management.