Identity Management (IdM) has developed several interpretations in the IT industry and is now associated as the management of a user's credentials and how they might log onto an online system. The focus on identity management goes back to the development of directories such as X.500 where a namespace is used to hold named objects that represent real life "identified" entities such as countries, organizations, applications, subscribers and devices.
Gartner recently released the Magic Quadrant for Identity and Access Management as a Service (IDaaS) and has named Okta a leader in the space. This Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors on their abilities to be global, general purpose identity and access management (IAM) service providers for multiple use cases.
This report outlines the future look of Forrester’s solution for security and risk (S&R) executives working on building an identity and access management strategy for the extended enterprise. We designed this report to help you understand and navigate the major business and IT trends affecting identity and access management (IAM) during the next five years. IAM in 2015 has become a tool not just for security but also for business agility. Competitive challenges push businesses into the cloud and encourage mobile device use even without full-fledged access controls in place.
Microsoft made a massive push to the cloud in 2014, and as a result Office 365 is taking off. We’re seeing it in how Okta customers are using Okta to connect to Office 365 in increasing numbers. This eGuide provides some data from the Okta Application Network on the trends we are seeing around Office 365. It also describes the most important things to consider for Identity and Mobility Management during deployment. Office 365 is unlike any other cloud app in it’s complexity, and it is best for IT to plan and deploy solutions around Identity and Mobility Management in concert with their Office 365 roll-out to get maximum user adoption.
With the exploding adoption of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, enterprise IT is fundamentally changing. While on-demand services provide tremendous ROI, they also introduce new challenges that must be overcome to truly capitalize on their potential. Identity management problems such as controlling who is granted access to which applications and data and how to control access to these applications leveraging on premise directories such as Active Directory, have become increasingly important. Single Sign-On and user management solutions that are optimized for the cloud are necessary to help address these challenges. This whitepaper presents the eight biggest identity and access management (IAM) challenges associated with adopting and deploying cloud and SaaS applications, and discusses best practices for addressing each of them.
This white paper focuses on new ways to help and protect the Business and shows new trends which have changed the demands on IT organizations and the business.
The world of IT has changed dramatically over the past 1-2 years, as cloud and mobility have changed the demands on IT organizations and the business. As a result, IT must evolve how it interacts with the business to help the business grow and succeed.
This survey provides information on the level of interest in BYOID that IT users and Business Users have.
The majority of respondents in both groups have high levels of interest in BYOID, but IT users and business user groups have different views about the perceived potential value of BYOID.
This paper presented by Ponemon Institute provides its research findings into The Identity Imperative for the Open Enterprise: What IT Users and Business Users Think about Bring Your Own Identity (BYOID).
In this fraud alert paper, we’ll highlight the current trends in today’s phishing schemes, with a particular focus on the latest threats emerging from China. Then we’ll offer some ideas and best practices for applying technology to protect both yourself and your customers.
In this Gigaom Research Webinar, we will separate the real threats from the hype, identify the most common forms of security breaches, and discuss the tools and processes businesses can put in place to minimize exposure and damage.