Most of the enterprises have shifted all their data computing and processing works in the cloud, but the enterprise security challenges and threats are growing and enterprise infrastructure has not kept pace with the growing demands of implementing security measures in place. Hence, cloud security is gaining more prominence and IT companies are spending more on securing their data from data breaches and unauthorized accesses.
Here take a look at some reports and facts about security concern of the IT companies:
And when it comes to the matter of security approach, organizations seemingly are inclined to achieving stronger security through the Identity and Access Management (IAM). An interesting fact here is that IAM has now overtaken firewall spending and moved into the top five security spending categories. So IAM is becoming the new perimeter for data security and that is a good reason enough for us to sit and take notice. The most popular IT companies who, are at the forefront of the technology revolution in the world, have figured it out that they need to adopt a completely different approach where security is concerned- one where identity is the fulcrum of their security infrastructure. So why is that identity, all of a sudden has taken center stage and has become the core of security strategy and architecture of so many enterprises?
IAM solves four core enterprise security challenges, which are as follows:
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is designed specifically for the enterprise security challenges and by implementing it an organization can improve productivity and security and rapidly connect apps while lowering the administrative overheads. Enterprises looking for more control may want to manage things themselves, but they must work in tandem with cloud service providers to have better data security. Thus, with the implementation of IAM solutions, organizations can be empowered to rapidly connect new applications and give access to the right people seamlessly and securely.