eGuide: Essential Guide to Identity & Access Management

eGuide: Essential Guide to Identity & Access Management

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Managing proper access to applications and sensitive data becomes even more important in a recession. That's why the good folks at Information Security Magazine decided to put together this E-Guide. The guide covers topics like authentication and user privileges. Featured Articles include: Identity Management for Changing Times -

      Identity management technology is adapting to meet enterprise needs. Learn what products can improve security and ease compliance.

 

Controlling Privileged Accounts -

      Regulatory requirements and economic realities are pressuring enterprises to secure their privileged accounts. Applied correctly, the technology can help offset risks.

 

Do IAM Suites Make Sense for Your Organization? -

      Feature-rich suites are putting a face on integration and interoperability.

 

IAM Priorities in Difficult Economic Times -

      With the world economy in a state of turmoil, markets correcting themselves and employers reducing staff, the pull to illicit insider activity is stronger than ever.

 

LDAP Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow -

      The popular directory continues to be the cornerstone of identity and access management systems.

 

The State of the Authentication Market -

      We'll explain five leading-edge technologies and where these applications make sense.

 

Biometric Know-How -

    Learn the ins and outs of this authentication method.

Download this E-Guide and read about all these important issues.

 

 

Sponsored by:

    Arcot Systems, Inc.Digital PersonaRSASun MicrosystemsSymark Internationalthawte Inc.
Vendor:
Information Security Magazine
Posted:
29 May 2009
Published
29 May 2009
Format:
PDF
Length:
41 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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