Identity and Access Management Services
You only have one identity – or you should! Are you confident you manage identity well in your organization?
Working with your chosen partner, Insentra can help you mitigate against the potential risk of compromised credentials with the introduction of a secure source of identity. We collaborate with you to ensure multiple factors of authentication are used to confirm user identity, access entitlements, and location awareness with a control panel to manage and validate user credentials and required access.
Once users are securely authenticated, we can provide a governance model allowing for secure and trusted access to document repositories and trusted SaaS platforms through single sign on.
Authenticate once and securely access all the information you are entitled to.
Our Secure Workplace practice offers you solutions that will protect your organization against credential misuse, targeted identity attacks, and advanced persistent threats without compromising your data and business operations.
Our Identity & Access Management services include:
- Azure Active Directory Premium
- Conditional Access
- Single Sign On (SSO)
- Self Service Password Reset
- Secure Score
- Increased security
Enforcing and controlling user credential management through a zero-trust authentication model will drive significant risk out of your business.
- Password-less Login
Remove the risks associated with plain text passwords. People no longer need to remember or write down complex passwords.
- Reduction in costs related to password management
Offset the service desk costs associated with password management (resets, unlocks etc.) by using password-less or multifactor authentication.
- Increased security posture
Deliver continuous improvement of risk profile through M365 Secure score, enabling your business to report on security improvements and managed risks.
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