Identity-first security is at the core of cybersecurity preparedness. Due to the heterogeneity of IT infrastructure, identity and access management has become an increasingly critical component of the overall security posture. Today’s organizations adopt disparate technologies and OSes and run several applications-both legacy and on-cloud. But while performing distinct administrative and operational tasks, numerous identities are being created.
Some are normal identities, while others are elevated, and a few are privileged identities. Managing these identities in a decentralized manner with different policy enforcements can be risky from a security and administrative efficiency perspective. A converged identity management platform enhances IAM initiatives as opposed to standalone access management solutions delivered in parts.
Read this case study to learn how one of India’s leading home and electrical appliance manufacturers addressed their overall access management challenges and ensured robust information security by deploying ARCON’s SaaS-enabled, purpose-built converged identity management platform.