Identity and Access Management
AccessAble provides your organisation with access governance as a managed service. AccessAble can help you meet access governance challenges by delivering a fully-functional access governance tool, providing greater security at a low cost. It helps to manage access with effective controls to minimise the opportunity for attacks through mistakes, misuse or malicious activity, cutting the risk of major losses through data breaches and protecting reputation
We can help your organisation create a safer environment to operate by performing Identity and Access Maturity Assessments; Access Governance Strategy; Access Governance as a Service; Consumer Identity Strategy; IdAM Design and Implementation; Insider risk management.
Privileged access management
In the world of cyber security, “privileged access accounts” are hot property for criminals. Privileged user accounts provide elevated access rights to critical systems and sensitive data; they are pervasive throughout the organisation and can include applications, systems or individual user accounts. These accounts are a powerful lure to malefactors because elevated access can enable them to gain a foothold on a corporate system and then stealthily move throughout the network to compromise other systems within the breached environment. Successful management of these privileged accounts (also known as administrative accounts) allow organisations like yours to keep their most sensitive data safe.
Consumer identity management
Consumer identity management allows you to control your consumers’ digital persona when they engage with you as a provider, through whatever channel. The consumer (user of products and services) and provider (deliverer/maker of products and services) relationship is a delicate one, which needs trust to ensure that the right amount of personal characteristics or preferences are shared, used for an agreed and transparent purpose and support a positive consumer experience. Consumers will have different requirements for the means by which they wish to engage with providers, depending on the context. These need to be built into consumer/provider interactions and a mutuality of benefits needs to be built through a willing buyer/willing seller digital exchange.