Identity analytics is the next evolution of the IGA market. It combines big data and advanced analytics to detect access-related risks and enhance IAM processes. This assessment defines how technical professionals can best apply identity analytics to their IGA efforts.
- Identity Analytics Defined
- Aligning Identity Analytics and the IGA Infrastructure
- Identity Analytics Use Cases
- Effective Access Certifications
- Continuous Risk Evaluation (Microcertifications)
- Contextual Access Requests and Approvals
- Intelligent Access Policies and Roles
- Governance Over Unstructured Data
- Account Cleanup
- Identity Analytics Market Landscape
- "Analytics" Market Affinities
- Differentiating Identity Analytics From Other Security Analytics Offerings
- Supporting Business Intelligence Initiatives With Identity Analytics
- Features and Functions
- Data Mining and Aggregation
- Identity Correlation and User Profiling
- Behavioral and Data Analytics
- Risk Scoring and Evaluation
- Data Presentation and Visualization
- Continuous Monitoring, Alerting and Remediation
- Architectural Components
- Data Services
- Analytics Platform
- Inputs and Outputs
- Presentation Services
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