Optimal IdM discusses IAM with Roger Hollings from KillerStartups…

Working at a startup often means people wear many hats. Unfortunately, that characteristic may mean some individuals have too much access to sensitive data. When that happens, they’re more likely to make mistakes that could lead to accidental breaches. Also, if everyone or almost everyone has the same data access level, it becomes difficult to get to the root of problems that make information less secure.

Deploying an identity and access management (IAM) tool is a readily available option. Then, all access decisions get concentrated in one location. 

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  • The database in which all of your organization’s sensitive identity data is stored.
  • A digital ledger in which digital transactions are recorded chronologically and publicly.
  • Securely managing customer identity and profile data, and controlling customer access to applications and services.
  • The means of linking a person's electronic identity and attributes, stored across multiple distinct identity management systems.
  • A legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the EU.
  • The policy-based centralized orchestration of user identity management and access control.
  • An authentication infrastructure that is built, hosted and managed by a third-party service provider.
  • A security system that requires more than one method of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify the user's identity for a login or other transaction.
  • A global provider of innovative and affordable identity access management solutions. 
  • Managing and auditing account and data access by privileged users.
  • Tools and technologies for controlling user access to critical information within an organization.
  • An authentication process that allows a user to access multiple applications with one set of login credentials.