Identity Security Posture Management (IPSM)

What is Identity Security Posture Management?  

Identity Security Posture Management (ISPM) is a critical aspect of maintaining a strong security posture for organizations. It involves continuous monitoring and assessment of an organization’s identity infrastructure to ensure that access rights and permissions are properly managed and aligned with security policies. One key component of Identity Security Posture Management is identity analytics, which provides insights into access rights, risk analysis, and compliance. 

What can we use Identity Security Posture Management for? 

The primary use of ISPM is to continually monitor and assess an organization’s identity infrastructure, ensuring that access rights and permissions are accurately managed in alignment with security policies. This monitoring helps to prevent unauthorized access and possible data breaches. Through the use of identity analytics, a subset of ISPM, organizations can gain valuable insights into their identity data, thereby identifying potential security risks and vulnerabilities. ISPM also supports effective identity governance by making use of data-driven platforms like RadiantOne, which offers centralized identity data management for improved governance of access rights and policy enforcement. 

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