Since the identity and access management technology of the future must be cognizant of applications and resources in the cloud, one of the best options may very well be locating the technology itself in the cloud. In fact, Gartner, Inc. predicted that 25% of all 2014 identity and access management (IAM) sales will be identity as a service (IDaaS).
This Security School lesson featuring guest instructor Dave Shackleford takes a deep dive into the benefits and pitfalls of cloud-centric IAM and aims to help organizations decide if the technology is the best for their business needs.
Watch the video, listen to the podcast, read the tech tip then take the quiz to see how much you have learned about securing the network perimeter. Passing the quiz earns you one CPE credit from (ISC)².
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While cloud-based identity and access management services and products boast many benefits (including reduced costs and simplified management), it is important for organizations to know that the rewards come with multiple risks. In the following three lessons, cloud security expert Dave Shackleford explains the pros and cons of cloud-centric IAM, discusses best practices for cloud IAM implementation, and runs down the different security controls offered by some of today's top cloud service providers.
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While using the cloud for identity and access management can simplify the task, it is critical to consider a number of factors when implementing cloud IAM products and services. Expert Dave Shackleford explains. Continue Reading
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