IGA tools control digital identities linked to accounts and entitlements maintained in systems enterprisewide. Security and risk management leaders responsible for identity and asset management programs should evaluate critical capabilities during IGA tool selection processes.
What You Need to Know
- Critical Capabilities Use-Case Graphics
- Atos (Evidian)
- CA Technologies
- Core Security
- Dell Technologies (RSA)
- Hitachi ID Systems
- Micro Focus (NetIQ)
- One Identity
- SailPoint IdentityIQ
- SailPoint IdentityNow
- Product/Service Class Definition
- Critical Capabilities Definition
- Identity Life Cycle
- Entitlements Management
- Access Requests
- Policy and Role Management
- Access Certification
- Reporting and Analytics
- Ease of Deployment
- Scalability and Performance
- Use Cases
- Global Enterprise
- Midsize or Large Enterprise
- Vendors Added and Dropped
- Critical Capabilities Rating
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