New IDSA Report Provides IAM Stakeholder Perspective on Access Challenges
The new report from the Identity Defined Security Alliance (IDSA) finds that only 34 % of organizations report that a typical worker has their system access revoked on the day that they leave.
On February 4, 2021, the IDSA released a new research study: “Identity and Access Management: The Stakeholder Perspective”, which uncovers significant delays in granting and revoking access to corporate systems, impacting operations and introducing risk to the organization.
The IDSA report is based on an online survey of qualified professionals such as access stakeholders, sales managers, HR, and IT help desk professionals, who are impacted by IAM processes and technologies. All professionals work at a company with at least 1,000 employees and interact directly with workers (employee, contractor and vendors) to set up, remove, and resolve access problems to corporate systems.
About Identity Defined Security Alliance
The IDSA is a group of identity and security vendors, solution providers and practitioners that acts as an independent source of thought leadership, expertise and practical guidance on identity centric approaches to security for technology professionals. The IDSA is a nonprofit that facilitates community collaboration to help organizations reduce risk by providing education, best practices, and resources.