Control your identities and accesses!
The concept of Identity is at the heart of the use of IT systems, whether the setting be professional (employee, service provider, partner, subcontractor…) or general public (citizen, customer, simple prospect…).
The issues behind Digital Identity always converge on the question of trust. The objective is to ensure that the end user (individual, system, robot…) can perform the desired actions in the simplest possible way and with the expected level of security.
The field of Digital Identity (aka IAM – Identity and Access Management) is vast and can be broken down into different subfields of expertise depending on the type of user concerned or the nature of the challenge:
Our areas of expertise.
– This involves managing the identity, accounts and rights of users accessing the company’s Information System, from when first access is granted until the access rights are withdrawn at the time of departure.
– This management must guarantee the traceability and auditability of the rights at any time in order to guarantee the security of the accesses to the Information System and the conformity to the various standards and regulations in force.
There are very high level of interaction between these different areas of digital identity and it is not unusual to combine several of them to meet a customer’s need.
The implementation of projects in the field of Digital Identity cannot be seen as a one-off action at a given time T; rather, it should be seen as part of the path that needs to be defined and supported over the long-term.
Our fields OF ACTIVITY.
– In order to build a path, we need to know where we’re starting from, and then define our goal according to priorities and needs.
– Support with the choice of solutions, the organization of a call for tenders or the organization of a PoC are also part of the Scoping once Project Launch has been validated.