In this checklist, we walk you through how to best prepare your financial institution for adding an identity management solution to your tech stack.
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So it's that time of year where we're already thinking about the budget for next year. Our executive director of identity services, Matt Growden, recently spoke on camera about his best practices for creating a budget based on his experiences as a former CIO of a local community bank and then as a virtual CIO for many banks.
In today's digital age, the financial industry is undergoing a profound transformation, driven by technological advancements and changing customer expectations. Banks are no longer just brick-and-mortar institutions; they have evolved into tech-savvy entities that rely heavily on sophisticated IT infrastructure to deliver seamless services and maintain a competitive edge. To ensure success in this rapidly changing landscape, banks must allocate their IT budgets thoughtfully. In this blog post, we will explore the crucial components that banks should include in their IT budget to navigate the evolving financial landscape.
Identity and Access Management (IAM) plays a crucial role in facilitating bank mergers and acquisitions by ensuring the secure and efficient integration of the two organizations' core systems, numerous applications, and user access. During a conversion, several challenges related to data security, compliance, and user access need to be addressed, and IAM helps in the following ways:
Learn what your bank or credit union needs to do to eliminate frustrating audit preparation processes and mitigate the risk of problematic user access review findings. Our team of identity management professionals and our trusted industry partners will share how to:
Our Executive Director of Identity Services, Matt Growden, shares what "privilege bloat" is and how an identity management tool can help alleviate it.
Role-based access control (#rbac) is a widely used approach in Identity Access Management (IAM) systems for managing and controlling access to resources within an...