Protecting Your Data: Reduce threats with identity and access management

Is it possible to allow your employees to have the mobility and productivity that they need in a modern workplace while also keeping your data secure? YES!

Frequently the weakest links in security are employees, whether by accidentally leaking sensitive data, exposing their credentials, or even browsing unsafe webpages. Maintaining control over applications across company data centers and public cloud platforms has become an increasingly difficult challenge.
Your employees want to have the ability to access resources and technology from a variety of locations and devices. While this increased mobility increases efficiency, it can result in a number of complications from a security perspective including password and location-based access management concerns.

External hackers search for business’ vulnerabilities – like leaked credentials – allowing them to access networks and steal customer information, intellectual property, and other sensitive data. This puts your business at severe risk of financial, legal, or public relations damage. Internal breaches can expose your data to risk as well. How do you ensure control of the what, the when, the where and the who of application access?

Reduce risk with identity and access management:

1. Eliminate the need for multiple credentials with a single identity to access cloud and on-premise resources
2. Limit individual access to what employees need to do their jobs.
3. Revoke access privileges when an employee changes roles, leaves the company, or no longer requires access to certain shares.
4. Enforce second factor authentication based on risky behaviors.

Identity and access management solutions from Vertical Solutions help protect access to applications and resources across the corporate datacenter and into the cloud, enabling additional levels of validation such as multi-factor authentication and conditional access policies. Monitoring suspicious activity through advanced security reporting, auditing and alerting helps mitigate potential security issues.