On implementing an IDM solution, an excellent, cutting-edge application is necessary but not sufficient for a successful implementation it is very important the experience of the implementation professionals who know the characteristics, pitfalls, and success factors of IDM implementation. This way to ensure that the IDM systems corresponding to the original goals are introduced, which systems serve the company’s business objectives in the long term.
CDSYS has developed the one of the largest expert base in the field of Identity Management in our country, our experts have the high level of professional knowledge and experience that guarantees the success of the introduction of the Identity Management system. The successfully completed and currently ongoing projects prove our knowledge and competence
The new software and software systems implementation on various customers prove our expertise and the measurable fulfilment of the defined goals the continuous enforcement of quality and the effective management of risks.
Our highly qualified colleagues have the professional, methodological knowledge and experience required to implement IDM systems.
They are experienced in introducing new software and integrate software systems to various customers and different size organisations. All these factors combine to ensure that our clients can achieve their goals in a measurable way, the quality is maintained and that risks are managed effectively.
Advantages of the IDM system:
The IDM solutions reduces security risks, as it provides comprehensive, company-wide, up-to-date information on who and what resources and entitlements has been accessed. The IDM systems in addition to ensuring that users have access to the approved applications and their entitlements, it is equally important to suspend or block access when it is not necessary. An effective system must be able to provide these functions on both web, client-server and traditional systems; that is, that if a permission is revoked, it really should be revoked from target side too.
To comply with regulatory and industry requirements, an Identity Management solution should provide centralized governance, full visibility into access rights, comprehensive auditing and reporting capabilities, and consistent enforcement of identity management policies. Implementing a comprehensive solution is an effective way to meet internal access rights regulations and restrict access to data and applications that require protection by law or industry regulations.
Higher service levels
With Identity Management solutions that include automation, self-service and delegation features, you can deliver a higher level of service to your users at no extra cost. Automation speeds up the set-up and other processes, meaning that users do not have to wait for days to get (or change) their access rights, for example. Self-service means that users can manage day-to-day activities, such as changing passwords, without having to wait for administrators. With the delegation function the administrators of the department or organisation unit can control access approval process, exactly those who best know the requirements of their own users.
Operator capacity freed up
IDM takes over a significant amount of tedious routine tasks from overburdened IT professionals and operators. Thanks to the integrations between IDM and target systems, it provides an automatic, non-human intervention solution that performs all configuration and sends the notifications to right person about the rights assignment and revocation. Therefore, professionals freed from the monotonous administrative tasks can devote their resources to real IT tasks.
Creating and maintaining IT security is an increasingly important task nowadays due to the dependence of companies and institutions on IT. Existing solutions focus mainly on protection against external attacks and do not sufficiently address the threat of internal attacks, even though statistics show that a significant proportion of IT attacks up to 80% come from internal threats, in traditionally more secure believed environments such as financial institutions and insurance companies up to 90% can come from internal threats.
One effective way to protect against insider attacks is to centralise the rights and user management by implementing an Identity Management system. This helps to maintain and establish the desired state of user rights and accesses continuously and accurately, and to track changes that occur, with a particular focus on legitimate or illegitimate changes.
Accordingly, the Identity Management system provides a solution for managing the permissions of users of IT systems and applications. It support user lifecycle processes from the moment users enter the organization through their daily identity activities until to leave organization and covers the setting, modification and removal of permissions on all integrated IT resources and applications.
Identity Management can greatly increase the level of IT security, prevent potential malicious damage from inappropriate privileges or misuse, and help to achieve effective auditability and accountability through accurate record-keeping and traceability.