Security has always been a primary business issue – but now it’s critical. More important than ever. To say that we want to provide access to all employees and partners, is to state the obvious, while keeping the bad guys out.
Security has to start with tight management of identity data. Many businesses enjoy the benefits of synchronizing user data with Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM, or its predecessor FIM) and perhaps AD Connect, too. Not only is this administratively efficient, but these attributes can be relied upon for authentication and authorization purposes by various directories, applications, and web services. But is that enough?
Stated CEO, Arend Verweij, “The next stage is to add role management, so that permission information is properly applied according to business rules, so that managers who are closest to the data, and the users of that data, can allow or deny access through a regular and efficient attestation/certification process.”
“Bottom line, IDdriven fits that perfectly. IDdriven uses Azure AD, managing AAD users and groups. Handles attestation campaigns automatically, connects to SaaS applications and has an API which MIM can use.
There’s nothing better on the market. Amongst other things, it fits with any Directory and any cloud provider such as AWS.”
With its next-generation IDaaS program of the same name, IDdriven, Inc. is at the forefront of the new breed of Identity Management and Access Governance solutions. Taking the complexity and upfront costs out of implementation, IDdriven automates access security for vulnerable company assets by seamlessly integrating with the solutions from Microsoft, and other cloud providers like Amazon. Founded in 2013, IDdriven is headquartered in Sacramento, California. To learn more, visit: www.IDdriven.com.
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