Customer Identity and Access Management
The world has changed, has your IAM strategy?
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Headlines today are littered with the news of consumer data breaches. Customer accounts are being compromised, and credentials and personally identifiable information stolen and exploited.
For many organizations creating innovative web and mobile applications however, Identity and Access Management strategies are still focused on corporate systems and not on their customer-facing services.
Key to protecting customer accounts while ensuring seamless user experiences is a new category of IAM designed specifically for consumers. No longer is IAM ‘simply’ about offering secure management of personal information and access rights to corporate users: the game has changed, and so have the players.
In this Register Webcast join our host Jon Collins, as he quizzes analyst and IAM high priest Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics and Nadav Benbarak, Group Product Marketing Manager of Identity as a Service solutions vendor Okta, to understand just how far things have come and, most importantly, what to do about them.
Fact: It was never easy to put a business case together for IAM, but the stakes are getting higher all the time.
With your customers, users and indeed, your company’s core assets at stake, it could be the most important hour you spend this year.