The central theme of the 2023 IAM Planning Guide revolves around the imperative to enhance the operational efficiency, effectiveness, and resilience of IAM (Identity and Access Management) by reinforcing the foundational architecture of IAM infrastructure and support organizations.
The challenges faced by IAM teams in recent years are not isolated incidents, but recurring demands. In light of the need for organizations to adapt to rapidly changing environments and the growing cyber threats, IAM infrastructure and teams must evolve in order to effectively manage high rates of change.
Several key priorities for 2023, such as identity-first security and zero trust initiatives, necessitate a robust IAM infrastructure. This entails breaking down silos, enhancing the integration and interoperability of IAM tools, and further embracing automation. These endeavours should be pursued by organizations as part of a comprehensive identity fabric architectural approach, which addresses their IAM requirements, including zero trust and identity-first security initiatives.
Through this report, discover all the trends related to authentication, remote access, and all the tools in an identity fabric that manage workload identities as well as the different use cases.
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