For Cybersecurity & Financial Access Rights Management, RadiantOne is a Key Component in the NIST/NCCOE Architecture
Access Rights Management (ARM) presents many challenges in a multi-faceted and constantly evolving industry such as financial services. The nature of the business requires the highest level of security, coupled with frequent changes to user identity data and access rights.
Unfortunately, today’s large financial organizations often have identity infrastructures made up of many diverse types of identity data stores, and identity data and management tasks could be spread across an array of business units, including HR, IT, and regulatory departments. Because of this complexity, changes to user’s access rights often must be made manually and with custom coding, both of which are expensive, time consuming, and represent a security risk.
Join us for a new webinar on Thursday, August 30 featuring Harry Perper, Senior Engineer on the project, to learn how the National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) addressed these challenges and discover the role Radiant Logic played in the resulting reference architecture. Under the auspices of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), NCCoE, worked with experts from the financial services sector and technology partners to develop a best-of-breed ARM reference architecture.
RadiantOne FID boosts the security and the speed of identity infrastructures by using the power of virtualization to integrate all of a user’s identity data from the diverse data stores to create an identity hub with one complete profile of each user. It’s the key identity layer to provide faster and stronger authentication and smarter authorization for large corporations and organizations.
Tune in on August 30 to learn more!
Date: Thursday, August 30
Speakers: Harry Perper, Senior Engineer with NCCoE and Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect with Radiant Logic