Identity & Access Management (IAM) is perhaps the most basic fundamental of any up-to-date security stack. In cloud-centric environments, which are distributed by nature, this is twice as true: Remote access from poorly-secured networks and a quickly-growing attack surface, rich with insider threats, both need to be restrained. IAM is therefore the first and foremost guardrail of today’s working environments – one place to manage passwords and permissions to reduce both UX friction and potential breach damage. Its 3 pillars are identification, authentication, and authorization, which together make up the access journey. Therefore, no wonder that 70% of security leaders identify IAM as essential for a Zero Trust strategy, according to a recent Pulse community survey.
However, some axioms which shaped “mainstream” IAM are quickly running out of date. In this eBook, we invite you to rethink the very core of the entire concept of user identity: The password.
In this whitepaper you will learn:
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