Identity Governance and Administration (IGA) defines how your Identity program is implemented and provides guidelines on how it is managed.  Key areas of Identity Governance and Administration include:

  •       Access certification is the validation of the access rights of your users.  User rights are certified to be appropriate for their role.  This is a step in zero-trust networks and is also often key to becoming compliant. 
  •       Visibility – Deep insight into individual identities and access privileges helps you implement necessary controls to prevent inappropriate or risky access.
  • Automated Lifecycle Management – Also referred to as provisioning or Identity Lifecycle Management (ILM).  ALM is the process utilized in creating, managing and finally removing access when the user’s relationship ends.


Why do I Need Identity Governance?

Identity Governance and Administration  is best utilized for the collection of users, groups, and other data to provide a comprehensive set of user entitlements to applications. Identity Governance uses advanced analytics to mine business data and identify role candidates.  This process of discovering and analyzing business data to logically group permissions to simplify the review process or allow grouping of related permissions under one technical role candidate is called technical role mining or role discovery.

How can our Identity Governance and Administration Solutions help you?

Our Identity Governance and Administration solutions can help you with:

  • Governance
  • Risk
  • Compliance

As part of our managed Identity as-a-service we can handle the recommendations, implementation, ongoing management and maintenance of Identity and Access Management solutions.

How Do I Choose the Right Identity Governance and Administration Solution?

 Identity Governance and Administration starts with an identity-centered approach. Finding the balance between security and ease of use will help your users be safe and productive. Identity Management will help you, onboard new users faster, ensure that they have access to only what they are required to, and provide helpful resources to request access to new things.

 Your Identity Management System should have the following components: