Gartner Research

Securing Privileged Accounts Through PAM and IGA Integration

Published: 16 November 2016

ID: G00311307

Analyst(s): Lori Robinson


A major focus for technical professionals in charge of IAM and security is to manage access to privileged accounts. Yet privileged access initiatives often occur independently of standard IGA activities. An integrated approach to managing access to privileged and nonprivileged accounts is needful.

Table Of Contents


  • PAM and IGA Overview
  • PAM and IGA: Running in Silos
  • Better Together: Building an Integrated Architecture
    • Benefits of an Integrated Architecture
  • Vendor Support for Integration
  • Strengths
  • Weaknesses


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