Identity Management

What is Identity Management?

Identity management refers to the identification, authorization, and authentication of a person or group to access systems, networks, and applications. The process is done by associating the user’s rights and responsibilities with their established identity.

The primary purpose of identity management is to authenticate users and determine whether they should have access to particular systems within the organization.

How does Identity Management work?

ID management works in parallel with the IAM system and ensures that only authenticated users can access the specific systems applications and IT environments they are authorized for.

With Dimiour IAM, you have complete control over user provisioning. Onboarding stakeholders- users, clients, partners, employees, and others becomes much easier and quicker.

ID is not just restricted to user management and authentication but also can be applied to the access control of processing systems or network permissions to off-board stakeholders who are no longer associated with the specified technology. Furthermore, identity management helps you determine whether a user will have access to the systems and permissions for a particular system. For example, a user might have access to authentication for a system, but a specific part of it may be restricted.

Dimiour IAM has various characteristics that aid smooth identity management and access control.

Identity Governance Administration (IGA) :

The policies and processes guide how roles and user access should be administered across a business environment. With Dimiour IAM, you can easily monitor identity governance for people and successfully manage role-based access management systems.

User Provisioning:

With user account provisioning, managing user identity and accounts are super easy. Dimiour IAM ensures that user accounts are created, given proper permissions, enabled, disabled, and deleted as and when required. The automated provisioning system triggers when changes are made in the source system.

Role Lifecycle Management:

The foundation of identity governance is based upon identity lifecycle management. Effective governance helps scale and modernize role cycle management for the application. Dimiour IAM aims to automate and manage the complete lifecycle of the role management process.

Final Word:

Managing identities is tough, but an IAM solution from Dimior can help improve it. Connect with our experts to learn more about IAM.