Consumer IAM (CIAM) for Dummies

This book gives security and marketing leaders a practical understanding of consumer identity and access management services (CIAM). It describes the key differences between consumer and workforce identity, the business drivers, technology, and capabilities of CIAM solutions. Most importantly, you will discover practical advice and strategies to plan and deploy a successful CIAM platform.

This book will help you:

  • Explore the use cases and benefits of CIAM
  • Identify planning and strategy considerations
  • Understand functional requirements for a CIAM platform
  • Avoid the pitfalls of launching a CIAM platform for your business

CIAM for Dummies

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About SecurIT

Founded in 1999, SecurIT has over 18 years of extensive experience of designing, implementing, maintaining large Identity Management/Governance infrastructures. With more than 30 specialists permanently employed in the Netherlands SecurIT offers its customers high quality consultancy, implementation, management and support services (24*7). 


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CORE PRIVILEGED ACCESS SECURITY

Privileged accounts and the access they provide represent the largest security vulnerability an organization faces today. These powerful accounts exist in every piece of hardware and software on a network. When employed properly, privileged accounts are used to maintain systems, facilitate automated processes, safeguard sensitive information, and ensure business continuity. But in the wrong hands these accounts can be used to steal sensitive data and cause irreparable damage to the business.

Privileged accounts are exploited in nearly every cyber-attack. Bad actors can use privileged accounts to disable security systems, to take control of critical IT infrastructure, and to gain access to confidential business data and personal information. Organizations face a number of challenges protecting, controlling, and monitoring privileged access including:
• Managing account credentials. Many IT organizations rely on manually intensive, error-prone administrative processes to rotate and update privileged credentials—an inefficient, risky and costly approach.
• Tracking privileged activity. Many enterprises cannot centrally monitor and control privileged sessions, exposing the business to security threats and compliance violations.
Monitoring and analyzing threats.
Many organizations lack comprehensive threat analysis tools and are unable to proactively identify suspicious activities and remediate security incidents.
Controlling Privileged User Access.
Organizations often struggle to effectively control privileged user access to cloud platforms (IaaS a PaaS), SaaS applications, social media and more; creating compliance risks and operational complexity.
Protecting Windows domain controllers.
Attackers can exploit vulnerabilities in the Kerberos authentication protocol to impersonate authorized users and gain access to critical IT resources and confidential data.

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Top Privileged Access Management Use Cases

Privileged Access is everywhere. Privileged accounts can be found in every networked device, database, application, and server on-premises and in the cloud. Privileged users have the “keys to the kingdom” and, in the case of a cyberattack or data breach, privileged credentials can be used to cause catastrophic damage to a business. Begin by securing these 6 critical areas with a Privileged Access Management solution. View this infographic to discover where to start.

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Five reasons to prioritize Privileged Access Management as-a-service

Five reasons to prioritize Privileged Access Management as-a-service

Privileged access is the gateway to an organization’s most valuable assets and is at the core of nearly every major security breach. Privileged Access Management (PAM) as-a-Service is a good way for organizations to get their PAM programs up and running faster and easier than ever. If you are reading this, you’re likely familiar with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and the benefits that it can bring your organization. We see that organizations are moving more and more of their applications and infrastructure to the cloud for a variety of reasons including: security, cost savings and ease of management. Likewise, in cybersecurity, organizations are starting to turn more and more to Security-as-a-Service to capitalize on the benefits above and marry security with operational ease of use.

After privileged access has been identified as a priority, deciding how to deploy it is the next step. In CyberArk’s Global Advanced Threat Landscape Report: Where Security Accountability Stops and Starts in the Public Cloud, we found that the number 1 reason organizations are moving to the cloud is security.

However, the harsh reality is that no organization can ever fully secure all their applications and infrastructure, whether their data center is on-premises, in the cloud, or hybrid. There is no single solution available in the market today that will prevent every advanced cyber-attack. But prioritizing what matters most first, privileged access, and taking advantage of all the benefits a SaaS solution can provide is increasingly becoming the option of choice for organizations who are embarking on a Privileged Access Management program. Privileged Access Management (PAM) as-a-Service is becoming a popular method for deploying security solutions for a variety of reasons. In this Ebook we’ll discuss five reasons to prioritize PAM as-a-service.

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