Complying with identity management

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In recent years a series of laws, regulations and standards have been introduced in Europe and North America, which directly or indirectly make new demands on companies’ IT security and IT risk management. Whereas in the past IT managers and security personnel largely autonomously determined a company’s IT security policy, IT administrators are now faced with the necessity of analyzing the relevant industry-specific regulations and implementing these in a range of concrete measures.

Having the appropriate tools as well as process models and checklists available to facilitate the control and implementation of regulations can be decisive in managing this task. Identity Management (IdM) systems play an important role in this process because they provide "the right data to the ...

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