ISX implements Broadcom’s Identity Governance solution as its enablement technology to meet the regulatory requirements and needs of an organization. We implement our strategy for identity governance and administration through an all-encompassing program that covers how System Access is managed and monitored, including a robust Role Based Access Control (RBAC) framework.
RBAC is a method of restricting application access based on the roles of individual users and accounts within an enterprise. This methodology grants users and systems the access rights to only the information necessary to do their jobs and prevents them from accessing information that does not pertain to them. ISX RBAC strategies are exceptionally unique, as we work intuitively for your end-users with our contextual approach toward the creation of system access definitions. Upon completion of our services, your organization will be able to satisfy the following business objectives:
Identity governance equips organizations with enhanced visibility of their accounts, identities, and access privileges and provides improved control to detect and prevent unwanted access. As a subcategory of identity and access management (IAM), the field of identity governance surfaced from the emerging compliance and regulation needs associated with these concepts. Identity governance solutions are conventionally added on to IAM products to help organizations better predict, prevent, and identify threats to security.
The governance of System Access is a critical component of every information security program. Without it, an organization likely exposes itself to unnecessary risks from failed audits or unknown exposure due to compromised users. Additionally, a lack of identity governance could result in significantly reduced business process efficiency, or even the inability to meet regulatory and compliance-related demands.