Learn how large organization CIOs should prepare for the inevitable migration of Access Management from applications to the network.
How do CIOs make sure that credentialed users can access the IT resources they need while hackers and criminals are locked out? In this white paper, Jon Oltsik, Senior Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group discusses why this is far from straightforward. In most companies, access controls are made up of a complex error-prone patchwork of network, system, and application security gates like firewalls, Access Controls (ACLs), network directories, and application-specific custom coding. Aside from being an ugly disconnected mess, do these controls really serve the business and security needs of large organizations?
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