Identity and Access Management (IAM Security)

Know Who Has Direct Or Indirect Access To What!

Identity and Access Management (IAM) Simplified

You have multiple team members. And then you got Code, Workloads, Files, Databases, Networks and so much more. These are spread across Multiple accounts, Multiple clouds - so, how do you as a Security team know and approve - "Who Should Have Access To What?"

IAM Risk Management

We have not only taken pain to create a Single Identity for your team members across accounts but also ensured that all the Risks which comes with IAM misconfiguration are highlighted in an actionable manner to you. For e.g. Data Exfiltration, Privilege Escalation, Resource (*) risks are calculated and presented to you so that you can remediate them before it's too late.

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FAQ

Your questions answered.

What is the purpose of IAM?

Identity and access management (IAM) ensures that the right people have the right controls and access to the tools and data they need to do their job. You use IAM to control who is authenticated i.e who has signed in and who has permission to use the resources.

How does IAM work in the cloud?

IAM is designed to perform three key tasks: Identify-Authenticate and Authorize. Its a process that continuously verifies a users identity and enforces access policies when a user logs into a cloud application. It is valuable because IAM makes cloud apps easier to access and more secure.

Best IAM practices for a secured cloud.

Few best IAM practices for a secure cloud include- Single sign-on (SSO), Enforcing strong password policy, conducting regular access audits, enforcing Multi-factor authentication.

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