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Identity & Access Management

Identity and Access Management (IAM) assessment

As an IT leader, you are challenged to securely manage the ever-changing demands on your business applications. Today’s identity-related issues and the complexity associated with virtual infrastructures, mobile platforms, and hybrid on-premises/cloud applications are critical to your business and Cyber-resiliency.

The Cyturus Identity and Access Management (IAM) assessment will help your team determine the tasks, level of effort, and options available for the deployment of appropriate IAM and governance tools to provide protection against fraud, improve security and performance while enhancing your overall user experience. 

Cyturus will help you gain insight and understanding in to the potential risks and challenges associated with your current IAM program by assessing business needs and requirements against core Cybersecurity fundamentals.

Authoritative User Stores

Through the authentication framework 

Authoritative Entitlement Stores

Through the authorization framework

Data Mapping/ Cleanliness

Applying Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

User On-boarding

Through Privileged Access Management (PAM)

User Termination

Through Single Sign-On (SSO)

Access Requests

Applying User & Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

Self-Service & Delegation

Through User & Entity Behavior Alerts (UEBA)

Role Based Access

Through User & Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

Access Certification

Applying Data Governance

Segregation of Duties

Through Internal Controls

As breaches related to credentials have accelerated during this remote work reality, Identity and Access Management (IAM) has moved from a productivity and operational program to a strategic initiative.

Cyturus IAM Analysis

Achieving two years’ worth of digitization in two months has forced organizations which implemented IAM in phases to realize a misalignment of goals and operational inefficiencies. These organizations are now facing increased security risks due to insufficient deployments.

The Cyturus IAM Analysis helps organizations evaluate their IAM programs and deployments ensuring they align with critical business and Cyber-resilience goals and realities. Cyturus conducts this service providing the business justification and associated plans for transforming your IAM program into one which addresses the current threat landscape and your Cyber-risk profile.

Our IAM Service is based on our proprietary Adaptive Risk Model (ARM) methodology. The Cyturus ARM identifies deficiencies, measures potential business impact, and recommends prioritized remediation actions across the entire enterprise. This service can be ingested into the Cyturus ARM framework for deeper examination and lateral impact as part of a future holistic engagement.

Are you confident in your IAM program’s ability to manage remote access to critical information assets stored both on premise and off? Contact Cyturus to discuss how our IAM Service can improve your access visibility.