Security isn’t just about defending your infrastructure from the latest threats. It also means controlling who has access to which IT resources and data, making access fast and simple to authorized users, and effectively blocking unauthorized users. It means having a full complement of Identity and Access Management (IAM) capabilities, including user provisioning, single sign-on, web access management, lifecycle governance, and federation. Implementing IAM requires specialized security knowledge and skills; IBM can help.
IBM offers a cloud-based managed service with 50 percent faster implementation compared to traditional on–premise deployment; lower total cost of ownership, with typical savings of 30-60 percent over the first three years of operation; and reduced administrative overhead, allowing businesses to focus on high-value initiatives. As a result, businesses, including large global enterprises, are able to roll out strategic enterprise and customer applications that drive revenue and improve the user experience while reducing risks and lowering costs.
How it works
Our service includes three components:
Understand the issues
Selecting a Managed Security Service Provider
The ten most important criteria
2015 Cost of Data Breach Study
How do you deal with a data breach?
Assess. Respond. Prevent.
Fortifying for the Future
Insights from the 2014 IBM CISO Assessment
Understand the options
Leadership Compass: Cloud IAM/IAG
Learn how British American Tobacco partnered with IBM to help them manage critical identity and access management for better security.
Building a Next-Generation IAM program
4 key steps that can move you toward a more mature solution now
Building a Security Operations Center
Learn how to optimize your security intelligence to better safeguard your business from threats