Today, it’s the norm rather than the exception for business staff and contractors to access company data via their mobile devices (aka phablets). Organizations must determine IdM policies that meet both remote users’ need for access and the business’s security requirements. Here Graham Williamson discusses key IdM strategy concerns for phablets—such as encryption and data access controls—and technology trends affecting mobile access. Read more about these topics in Graham’s book, Identity Management: A Business Perspective.
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Organizations must be able to use IdM the right way in order to survive and thrive in the digital transformation wave, says IdM expert Graham Williamson. Here Graham discusses trending IdM areas such as federation, secure data sharing, consumer data, and privacy, and how businesses can use each of these areas strategically, to cut costs and improve customer experience. Read more about these topics in Graham’s book, Identity Management: A Business Perspective.
Identity management (IdM) affects every business area, from security to customer relationships. So it’s critical that CIOs and high-level business managers take steps now to fit IdM technology into their business strategy and set IdM policy, says Graham Williamson, in his new book, Identity Management: A Business Perspective. In this video, Graham, an identity and access management expert, defines IdM and explains why management must get up to speed on today’s IdM technology.