Introduction Gartner Research defines identity governance and administration (IGA) as a means to “manage digital identity and access rights across multiple systems and applications.” While this seems straightforward, most enterprises have a massive and complex digital environment. IGA is necessary to manage and control user access across the entire organization, regardless of where and from
This post will walk through the installation process for Oracle Identity Manager/Oracle Identity Governance 12c (22.214.171.124.0), and its supporting infrastructure, in a *nix environment. This post will NOT cover installation via the Oracle Quick Installer. We’ll be installing and configuring FMW Infrastructure, SOA, and OIM using their separate installers. I will also point out some
Join IDMWORKS at the Cloud Identity Summit this afternoon when Todd Rossin, CEO & Chief Strategist, speaks about best practices for IAM Processes, Data & Governance at the Saviynt Master Class at 2:30 pm.
Think GRC is a complicated term and as nebulous as say, the Cloud? Well, think again! You may not have to go too far to understand what it is, as long as the context is clear. Let me simplify this for you. GRC or Governance, Risk and Compliance, quite simply, represents your own nuclear family.
Breaking silos in Network Security using Governance, Risk & Compliance It is well-established that as new technologies continue to emerge, new threats and motives behind them correspondingly evolve. From script-kiddies and hackers to cyber-terrorism and cyber-crime such as corporate espionage, there is a whole new underworld economy. It is not just iPods and iPads that
Here’s some notes on the The Oracle Identity Governance Suite 11g Essentials Exam (1Z1-459) There were 139 questions with a 2 1/2 hours time limit. I took about 90-95 minutes before I called it good enough. I’m going to go through topic by topic to anything I think you should focus on. I will say
Why do we need Access Governance? The Case for Access Governance. Well, if you are a CISO, CRO, CCO, CFO, CTO, a Business Manager, the VP of Enterprise Security, the VP of Internal Audit or in the IT Governance Audit department YOU DO……… Here are just a few of the reasons WHY: The CFO concentrates
If your business accepts or processes payment cards, it must comply with the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards). All businesses and merchants that store, process and or transmit card holder information are now required to be PCI compliant. PCI DSS is a set of requirements for enhancing data security. This originally began