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What topics should you implement to control the identities of your employees?

Workforce identity management refers to all data and processes related to a company's employees, service providers and partners, crucial for the secure management of internal resources and the protection of the company's digital assets.

Here are the areas in which we can support you.

Identity Management (IM)

Management of the life cycle of employee identities, including the creation, modification, and deletion of user accounts.
This also includes the management of roles and authorizations, allowing efficient administration of access to company resources.

Password management (creation, change, forgetting) is also a subject in its own right.

Identity Governance and Administration (IGA)

Approach focused on identity governance, encompassing the analysis and management of risks linked to access rights, the detection and resolution of role conflicts (role mining), and the establishment of compliance reports. The IGA ensures access management aligned with internal policies and regulatory requirements.

Identity Federation, Single Sign-On and Multi-Factor Authentication (SSO, MFA)

Simplifying the user experience through unified and secure access to various applications and services. Also integrates multi-factor authentication mechanisms, as well as new authentication techniques, such as Social Login or the PasswordLess approach (password-free authentication).

Cloud Resource Access Management (CIEM)

Advanced approach to identity and access management specifically designed for cloud environments. This involves finely monitoring and controlling rights and access to cloud resources, which are often dynamic and on a large scale.
CIEM provides complete visibility into who has access
to what, when and in what circumstances,
in the cloud.

Privileged Access Management (PAM)

An essential aspect of information systems security that focuses on the control and monitoring of high-risk or high-privilege accounts. These accounts, often associated with system administrators or critical applications, can have extensive access to company systems and data. WFP provides tools to secure, control, manage and monitor the use of these accounts.

Directory Services

The backbone of all identity management, these services store, organize and provide access to resource and user information, acting as centralized directories for the enterprise.

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