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  • Self-service user identity management: Pitfalls and processes

    While it might seem that self-service user identity management can save time and money, as well as keep information more current, there are a number of potential pitfalls. In this expert tip, Randall Gamby explains how to avoid these issues. 

  • Role-based access control: Pros of an open source RBAC implementation

    There are many advantages to an open source RBAC implementation. However, it's important to know the context in which such a product will work best. In this tip, expert Randall Gamby discusses how to determine if open source RBAC is right for you. 

  • Conducting a user access review with a small information security staff

    Has there been cutbacks on your company's information security staff? It would be easy for certain security tasks to fall through the cracks. Learn how to keep access controls tight without spending a lot of time or energy. 

  • Forensic incident response: Integrating a SIM system and an IAM system

    SIM systems and identity management systems are designed to operate independently; by understanding where each technology's integration points are and how to maintain their effectiveness once they're joined, it's possible to create a more effective i... 

  • IAM trends: Rebuilding security with provisioning technologies

    There's no question that the coming year will bring new demands for IAM technologies. In this tip, learn what expert Randall Gamby believes will be the best technologies on which to focus your efforts and dollars for increased IAM security. 

  • Identity lifecycle management for security and compliance

    Enterprise identities and their associated roles need to be provisioned for access to a variety of services and systems around the organization. In many cases, the entitlements provided to these various entities have a significant effect on complianc... 

  • Content-aware IAM: Uniting user access and data rights

    In the world of IT security, IAM and data protection have generally kept to their separate corners. That trend, however, may be shifting with the onset of content-aware IAM that merges granular user access with advanced data protection. 

  • Assisting customers with content-aware IAM decisions

    Content-aware IAM (CA-IAM) is the latest identity and access management (IAM) trends. Although it cannot be offered as a product just yet, there are plenty of opportunities for solution providers to assist customers. Learn what makes a customer a goo... 

  • How to streamline role-based access control

    Tight budgets have forced financial-services firms to focus to look for innovative ways to improve their access control management process. In this tip, Jack Phillips explains how organizations are reducing the number or user roles in order to cut co... 

  • Making the case for enterprise IAM centralized access control

    Central access to multiple applications and systems can raise the level of security while getting rid of lots of red tape, so how do you go about creating central access management? In this tip, IAM expert David Griffeth explains the steps.