Identity and Access Management (IAM)

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a system that allows you to configure access to company employees, contractors, and business partners to the necessary corporate resources, regardless of their geolocation.

IAM systems identify, authenticate, and authorize individuals or groups to access databases, applications, systems, or networks based on their roles and privileges in the organization.

IAM Stages

Identification. The system recognizes the user.

Authentication. Verification of the user’s identity using credentials: passwords, biometric data or security tokens.

Authorization. After successful authentication, the system determines how much access needs to be granted to the user and what operations he is allowed to perform.

Advantages of IAM

Increased security. IAM prevents data leakage by providing access only to authorized persons.

Compliance with regulatory requirements. IAM monitors user access and provides reports on their activity and resource usage.

Optimized user experience. IAM provides a single set of credentials for accessing multiple systems.

Areas of application of IAM

Organizations. IAM is used to protect confidential data and meet the requirements of regulators that they impose on information security.

Healthcare. IAM provides access to patient records only by authorized personnel, which helps to preserve medical confidentiality.

Education. IAM protects confidential student data and provides secure access to digital resources.

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