Get IGA that works with RadiantOne & SailPoint integration

Quickly deploy your best-of-breed Identity Governance & Administration program with granular visibility, control, and reporting across the entire IT estate.


Control user access with RadiantOne and SailPoint integration

Build an effective IGA system by combining SailPoint with our best-in-class data management, access recertification, analytics-based controls, and monitoring and reporting.

Deploying SailPoint with RadiantOne allows organizations to deploy faster, integrate identity from every system, automate governance processes, and streamline compliance.

  • Gain a unified source of clean identity data for enterprise-wide insight and control
  • Automate user access reviews with an AI copilot and improve decision accuracy with actionable, business-level insights
  • Continuously monitor and control access rights at a granular level
  • Demonstrate compliance with top-notch reporting features requested by auditors

Gaining visibility and control not only into IGA data but also beyond SailPoint is crucial for compliance, but integration remains a major hurdle.

  • Adding applications and other data sources by building connectors is costly and time-consuming and excludes relevant data
  • Compliance cannot be met without analyzing all data from all sources across the enterprise
  • SailPoint can only perform user access reviews on data within its platform, and only on coarse-grained permissions
  • Remediation of policy violations is not necessarily tracked—there is a lack of oversight into whether risk is truly mitigated

Streamline control of identity and access rights

SailPoint is the leading IGA provider, but deployment and integration represent a major lift. RadiantOne offers point-and-click tools for data connection, integration and synchronization to build a complete source with every identity across the enterpriseshaving months or years off IGA deployment timelines and streamlining administration and governance processes. Where SailPoint focuses on the management of the identity lifecycle, RadiantOne adds a layer of automation and intelligence for monitoring, controlling, and reporting on access to maintain compliance that can easily be proven to auditors with dashboards and OOTB reports.

Sailpoint integration. See how Sailpoint and RadiantOne integrate data across their platforms for optimal IGA performance.

The leaver process, sped up and streamlined with the single identity source provided by RadiantOne. Instead of expecting IGA solutions to integrate with all systems, SailPoint can consume RadiantOne as the source of truth to simplify provisioning and ensure offboarding.


RadiantOne and SailPoint integrations improve governance outcomes

If you’re wondering whether RadiantOne could benefit your IGA strategy, ask these questions: 

How long will IGA deployment take? Onboarding more systems?

Deliver a pre-integrated source of high-quality identity data to streamline implementation and ongoing management.

How granular are our identity and risk insights?

RadiantOne shows permission-level user access, even across systems not integrated with SailPoint.

Are our reviews performed on enterprise-wide identity data?

To meet compliance, reviews need to be done on all accounts—including service accounts—with all their context.

Are our reports auditor-friendly?

Our out-of-the-box, easily customizable reports make it easy to prove compliance.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the benefit of an identity data management layer for IGA?

IGA solutions are not specialized in the management of identity data itself—functions such as integrating across heterogenous sources, managing multiple versions of the same attribute, and correlating same-user accounts across disparate sources are not their main focus. This leads to lag, complex and lengthy deployment cycles, the requirement to develop custom connectors—and does not address the need for a single source of identity truth for the enterprise. RadiantOne can build the source of truth, which can be leveraged by SailPoint for provisioning, entitlement management, etc., and can be extended easily to additional identity sources and applications as required. This makes ongoing management and expansion of the SailPoint deployment quicker and less cost-intensive. 

Because RadiantOne offers near-real time synchronization as well as automated remediation of UAR findings, it can also meaningfully reduce user onboarding and off-boarding times. When a user’s access needs to be revoked, RadiantOne can automatically synchronize that change to all relevant systems in near real-time, reducing the time it takes to resolve issues. 

2. Why would I need RadiantOne when I already have SailPoint?

  1. To follow the principle of segregation of duties, the system that manages identities, accounts and entitlements (such as SailPoint) should not be the same system that monitors and checks that user authorizations comply with security and other regulations.
  2. With RadiantOne, the access permissions to other systems or resources that are not managed by the IGA product can still be controlled. This way, enforcing compliance is not bound to the progress of the IGA deployment program.
  3. RadiantOne specializes in connecting data across disparate sources. It ingests, correlates, analyzes and presents identity data as actionable, business-level information to stakeholders. With RadiantOne, manual processes like user access review and segregation of duties controls can be automated—and will include ALL relevant data to meet compliance requirements.
  4. RadiantOne enables a “birds-eye view” as well as granular insight into access across not just the IGA solution but into other solutions and offers remediation of issues via an intuitive interface. With RadiantOne, risk can be discovered and addressed quickly and with fewer resources. 

3. What is the difference between fine-grained and coarse-grained controls when referring to the chain of user access?

Fine-grained access control and coarse-grained access control differ in the level of specificity in granting or denying access. Fine-grained access control considers multiple factors like role, location, and time, offering greater security and granularity but requiring more complex implementation. On the other hand, coarse-grained access control grants access based on a single factor, making it less secure and susceptible to vulnerabilities like cyberattacks due to its rigid rules and lack of context awareness. 

4. What is the benefit of reporting with RadiantOne?

With RadiantOne, our OOTB reports provide accurate results based on review and control processes inherent in our platform. These results are returned in time- and date-stamped PDF reports that are free of human error, which is the preference of both internal and external auditors.


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