Integrating and Normalizing Your Identity Infrastructure for a Successful IGA Deployment
Using RadiantOne federated identity and directory service, you can simplify your identity infrastructure prior to rolling out an IGA initiative, paving the way for a successful deployment.
Most IGA deployments are hampered by complexity in the identity infrastructure. It’s no surprise that IGA implementations that start with identity data cleanup will a see better return on investment than those that don’t. Learn all the details in our important webinar featuring special guest, IDMWorks.
In a perfect world, you’d have attribute-rich global profiles of each user, pulled from all your identity sources. In reality, most identity data is locked in silos, and scattered across many – even hundreds – of disparate sources. And because large companies have such complex identity ecosystems, integration costs and professional services can escalate quickly.
Imagine instead starting your IGA deployment with a clean, normalized view of all the identity in the ecosystem. A federated identity and directory service offers you that very scenario because it can:
- access identity attributes across all endpoints
- perform normalization, rationalization, and correlation if needed
- create global profiles for each user and integrate them in a centralized hub with no duplicates
- ensure that any subsequent changes are reflected back in the original identity source
In this webinar, you will learn how, thanks to advanced identity virtualization, you can have an attribute-enriched, groups-savvy image of each individual user, while maintaining the integrity of the original identity source. You can simplify your identity infrastructure before you roll out your IGA initiative. By integrating RadiantOne with an IGA solution, companies and organizations can leverage existing identity-consolidation investments to deploy governance and improve security for critical applications.
Date: Thursday, March 12, 2020
Speakers: Nick Hunt, Director of IAM Delivery with IDMWorks and Wade Ellery, Senior Solutions Architect with Radiant Logic