Published: 10 October 2022
IAM is foundational to modern distributed digital activities. Security and risk management technical professionals must evolve their IAM roadmaps and architecture to provide identity-first security, and improve usability and dynamic interoperability as part of their 2023 initiatives.
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Identity and access management (IAM) is foundational to security, digitalization, cloud migration, remote work and operational efficiency. This places growing demands on IAM architecture and teams.
In addition to direct attacks on applications and their data, threat actors are increasingly targeting the IAM infrastructure itself, especially enterprise directories and tools that issueaccess tokens.
Identity-first security requires new architectural approaches to IAM and security in order to reduce security gaps and delays in detecting and responding to problems.
Advanced identity data analytics are playing a growing role in almost every area of IAM, making operations more risk-aware and automated.
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