As cyberthreats have grown in prevalence and sophistication over the last five years, security has become even more important within the IT landscape to ensure the sanctity of business data and applications.
Login credentials are frequently one of the weakest links for IT teams in maintaining optimal security, without making it inordinately difficult for users to access network resources and do their jobs. Layered on top of all those considerations is the ever-present challenge of employees managing the 80 odd identities they typically have. (2020 NordPass)
This complexity is what many organizations face today, and it creates a heavily disconnected experience that becomes a treasure trove for bad actors, posing a significant risk to the business. That’s where Identity as a Service comes in – it’s the glue that binds the user experience across disparate platforms and handles complexity and potential threats.