New Research on Identity Management Trends December 2013

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New survey highlights how the cloud, costs and new complexities are challenging the traditional Identity & Access Management (IAM) model.

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  • over a third (38 percent) reported experiencing accidental access by an unauthorized user; and nearly a quarter (24 percent) have experienced a hack exposing user credentials.
  • over a third (38 percent) reported experiencing accidental access by an unauthorized user; and nearly a quarter (24 percent) have experienced a hack exposing user credentials.
  • over a third (38 percent) reported experiencing accidental access by an unauthorized user; and nearly a quarter (24 percent) have experienced a hack exposing user credentials.
  • New Research on Identity Management Trends December 2013

    1. 1. Cloud, Cost & Complexity: Challenging the Traditional Identity Model New Survey of Enterprise IT Decision Makers Shows An Increasingly Complex Mix of Application Users and Top Challenges with Identity & Access Management
    2. 2. Symplified Identity Management Research: Key Findings In the era of the extended enterprise, fewer boundaries exist thanks to continuous innovations in cloud and mobile technologies; business applications are now on premises, cloud – and SaaSbased; and users extend beyond onsite employees to include conractors, customers and partners.. Many large organizations are grappling with how to address these new challenges in identity and access management (IAM) with the legacy solutions they already have in place. Because no single traditional IAM product met all of their needs, many enterprises have created, and now must manage, a patchwork of multiple solutions. Mobile identities and the growing number of new applications are common challenges.
    3. 3. Symplified Identity Management Research: Key Findings 50% of enterprises manage identities for at least one type of external user; 75% manage mobile identities.
    4. 4. Symplified Identity Management Research: Key Findings Security and total cost of ownership are top concerns.
    5. 5. Symplified Identity Management Research: Key Findings Using multiple tools to manage identities and managing mobile identities are top challenges.
    6. 6. Symplified Identity Management Research: Key Findings Regulatory compliance is among the top 3 IAM goals for enterprises.
    7. 7. About The Research Research methodology: Symplified commissioned a survey conducted October 12-13, 2013 among 63 IT decision makers at companies with 3,000 or more employees. Participants completed an online survey designed by Lawless Research LLC and programmed via Qualtrics, Inc. The margin of error is +/12 percentage points at the 95 percent level of confidence.
    8. 8. About Symplified Symplified was founded on the principle that identity is central to enterprise security. Today the company delivers an identity management services platform that manages user identities and access across any device or application, located on premises or in the cloud, anywhere in the world. Symplified is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado. Learn more at www.symplified.com.

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