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Security is perhaps the most important consideration for any business hoping to succeed in today’s competitive landscape. Not only do the right security measures help to keep your assets and intellectual property safe, but it also helps to keep you compliant with industry standards.
While a strong password policy and regular security training can help to make your business safer, most companies need something more to ensure the absolute protection of their ecosystem. With 95% of all security breaches connecting back to human error, it’s critical to ensure you have full control over who in your team can access which pieces of information.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) tools allow companies to apply secure policies, tools, and applications to define and maintain who has access to which resources. Here are some of the best IAM tools to consider in 2022.
JumpCloud is on a mission to reimagine the directory as a complete platform for identity, access, and device management. The company’s cloud directory platform helps IT administrators to manage user identities across macOS, Windows and Linux endpoints, mobile devices, cloud infrastructure and storage solutions, web applications, WiFi and VPN networks, wherever and whenever employees need to work.
JumpCloud is used by more than 150,000 organisations and has more than 5,000 paying customers including Cars.com, GoFundMe and many more. Established in 2013, JumpCloud has raised over $400M from world-class investors including General Atlantic, Sands Capital and CrowdStrike.
Committed to helping companies from all industries remain as secure as possible, SailPoint enhances workplace privacy and compliance. The Identity management suite from SailPoint is trusted by a host of market-leading brands, including GM, GE, and Humana.
With this easy-to-use environment, business leaders can simplify access, while ensuring only the right people can unlock certain pieces of data and applications. You can easily manage and control access for a range of digital identities, from IT managers who need access to APIs and automations, to everyday customer service agents accessing customer data.
A leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant, CyberArk stands out as one of the most reliable companies for security access management and risk mitigation. The all-in-one ecosystem of services from CyberArk offers something to suit every need, from identity security solutions for any device, available at any time, to comprehensive defence against common cyber-attacks.
With CyberArk, companies can leverage an end-to-end solution for access management, capable of securing endpoints, third-party applications, mobile devices, and more. You can even unlock the benefits of artificial intelligence to help with keeping threats out of your company.
Twingate is another market leader in the security space offering a range of tools to help keep companies safe and compliant in any landscape. You can leverage Twingate for more secured access to private data ecosystems. There’s also an extensive identity access management offering to give you complete control over how different teams in your workforce can leverage certain tools, applications, and automations.
The Twingate solution is easy-to-use, with an intuitive interface which enables organisations to implement zero trust networks with more security, scalability, and control than the standard VPN environment. Because Twingate is deliverable as a cloud-based service, it’s also easy to configure, without the need to change any in-house infrastructure.
Okta is a leader in the cybersecurity space, providing everything business leaders need to expand and scale their ecosystem. Named a leader in Gartner’s 2021 Magic Quadrant, Okta helps with comprehensive backend user identity and workforce management, particularly in hybrid work environment. The flexible system aims to be a one-stop service for all IAM needs.
Currently, Okta offers access to a host of IAM solutions, including SDK and API access. You can work hand-in-hand with the Okta team to build a comprehensive IAM architecture, perfectly suited to minimise risk in your business landscape.
Oracle is easily one of the market leaders in innovative and cloud-based solutions for security and business growth. Oracle’s system is flexible, and perfectly suited for growing organisations in need of flexible systems which can adapt according to their unique business needs.
Oracle’s IAM solution can support both cloud and on-premises deployments, making them perfect for business leaders embracing the potential of hybrid work. You can also access a wide range of extra forms of support and services from Oracle, including “ID” as a service.
Probably one of the best-known technology companies in the world, Amazon Web Services (AWS) can offer everything from secure communication systems to cloud storage technology. The AWS Identity and Access Management tools offer fine-grain access to all aspects of AWS technologies, ensuring you have complete control over your cloud environment.
The AWS ecosystem comes with access to a range of tools to make your workflows more secure and efficient. You can even tie-in single sign-on functionality from AWS to help with managing access to various accounts and permissions within your landscape.
Azure Active Directory
The Azure Active Directory from Microsoft is one of the most powerful tools for managing user permissions and access in the world today. Though Microsoft’s solution for Identity Access Management isn’t officially labelled as an IAM tool, it offers everything you need to keep your business secure, including “conditional access” control, and multi-factor authentication.
Aside from giving your business administrators the power to determine which users should have access to which tools in your organisation, Azure Active Directory also provides a variety of other features, like multi-factor authentication and cybersecurity protection.
Google Cloud IAM
Another major cloud vendor offering its own Identity and Access Management environment in the cloud, Google Cloud IAM is part of the leading Google Cloud ecosystem. The service ensures administrators can authorise and determine exactly who should be able to access and use different resources in a cloud environment. This ensures businesses have more visibility and control over the technology they leverage in the cloud.
The easy-to-use environment provided by Google Cloud IAM offers an aligned view into security policies across the entire organisation, with built-in auditing capabilities to assist with compliance processes. The clean and simple user interface is popular among a wide range of users.
One of the better-known and most popular solutions for Identity Access Management on the market today, Auth0 combines flexibility and simplicity with sensational peace of mind. The leading cloud authentication services provides developers and business leaders with a convenient authentication and authorisation platform, designed to secure access.
With Auth0, business leaders can define access roles for end-users of APIs and applications, extend authorisation capabilities to implement dynamic control and more. There’s even access to a comprehensive API economy with granular permission control options for first-party, third-party, and machine-to-machine applications.
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