A More Strategic and Business Oriented Approach to Manage Accesses
Imagine the following scenarios:
You as a line manager or department head are constantly being asked to approve access requests for team members and are not sure what the requests are for?
Different team members have different accesses to systems resulting in a team member not being able to check specific reports.
Every year as part of recertification exercise you need to review access to dozens of applications for your team of 4 people and a mistake can lead to potential data breach?
Sounds familiar? As organizations and businesses are evolving at an unprecedented pace, so are the systems, processes and people that make up the operating model. Most notably in the financial services sector, companies have access to sensitive client information, which require careful planning of system access rights across the organizational structure from C-level executive down to the operational users. This is where business roles can help transition from an IT defined model to a more strategic model in which the process of managing permissions is owned by business. The introduction of Business Roles has provided organizations with a solution for their Identity & Access Management issues in this rapidly evolving and competitive environment.
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