Are you implementing robust growth strategies to overcome obstacles in the cybersecurity domain?

Recent cybersecurity breaches involving vulnerabilities in digital identities – —such as usernames, passwords, biometric data, and other authentication credentials – are driving organizations to adopt more advanced identity and access management (IAM) solutions. These sophisticated IAM systems are essential for protecting corporate security infrastructures, which are susceptible to security vulnerabilities and data breaches. Resultantly, modern IAM strategies are extending beyond the workforce to include partners, service providers, devices, and gig workers. This shift underscores the emphasis placed by Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) on prioritizing IAM solutions. Their goal is twofold – to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and to elevate business outcomes by improving productivity and enhancing the user experience (UX).

Frost & Sullivan’s recent Cybersecurity webinar delved into the realm of – Exploring Identity Security Strategies That Reduce End-User Friction and Boost Organizational Security This engaging discussion explored new growth strategies in IAM to help organizations enhance their cybersecurity initiatives.

The following cybersecurity experts evaluated the primary challenges, growth opportunities, and examined the role that various stakeholders will play in shaping the industry’s trajectory: Deepali Sathe Growth Expert and Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan; Pamela Dingle Director of Identity Standards, Microsoft; and Ben Cody Senior Vice President of Product Management, SailPoint.

Gain valuable perspectives from these experts by clicking here to access the recorded session of this Webinar.

Enhancing UX in Identity Security: Streamlining user access across platforms and devices by implementing seamless, single sign-on (SSO) solutions, minimizing friction in permission requests and approvals, and simplifying administrative processes to balance ease of access with robust security measures. What strategies and growth processes is your organization employing to enhance UX in identity security?

Implementing Advanced Outlier Detection and Least Privilege Access Models: Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to enhance outlier detection and refine least privilege access models. This involves developing specialized models to identify abnormal access patterns and accumulated privileges, which often arise when employees change roles but retain previous permissions. Is your security team implementing innovative business models to integrate advanced outlier detection?

Employing Effective Management of Third-Party Identities: Developing strategies to minimize friction in granting and managing access for third-party identities, including gig workers, partners, vendors, and devices, by automating the lifecycle of third-party access and incorporating AI and ML to continuously monitor and adjust permissions. Are you employing disruptive technologies to modernize third-party identity management and enhance access efficiency?

User-Centric Approach to Access Management: Empowering users to navigate identity security with confidence and ease by prioritizing the user experience in access management, developing intuitive interfaces, and offering personalized recommendations for access requests, while maintaining security standards and minimizing friction. What best practices is your organization implementing to ensure seamless user experience in access management?

Deepali Sathe 

“In the era of the hybrid workplace, agility in identity and access management is paramount. By deploying solutions that offer context-based outcomes, enterprises can fortify security and enhance user experience in this new reality.” – Deepali Sathe, Growth Expert and Senior Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan


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