However, IGA needs exists across the board. Just because it is harder, or requires separate processes and technologies, doesn’t mean governance doesn’t apply to privileged accounts and administrative access.
Organizations that operate PAM and IGA technologies in silos (as shown in Figure 1), cannot execute identity provisioning processes with privilege accounts, nor can they enforce cohesive access policies and governance practices. It’s impossible to have a single 360-degree view of all identities, entitlements and activity.
There’s no reason why you shouldn’t get a complete view of all your identities and rights, from standard-user to privileged users. One Identity’s Privileged Account Governance (PAG) feature bridges the management gap. It is part of the One Identity Manager offering, which is our full-featured IGA solution.
Existing One Identity Manager customers can integrate their PAM technologies into One Identity’s IGA platform. This enables them to use account provisioning and access governance capabilities of an IGA system, while continuing to leverage their comprehensive privilege account, access- and session-management capabilities of PAM technologies.
And if your organization uses both Identity Manager and One Identity Safeguard, the PAG feature consolidates management of them to ensure all users of privilege accounts gain and maintain the appropriate level of access to those accounts and credentials.
The benefits of integrating these two solutions include:
• A central repository to manage all accounts (privilege, and non-privilege)
• Unified Identity Lifecycle management and provisioning processes that eliminate administration silos.
• Simplify Compliance and Governance with centralized policy and administration
• Consistent access-governance processes that eliminate redundant tasks and enforce separation of duties (SoD) policies
• A streamlined user experience
The PAG capabilities bring together the One Identity Manager and One Identity Safeguard solutions.
One Identity Manager simplifies the management of user identities, access permissions and security policies. It mitigates risk, secures data, and helps to meet uptime requirements and satisfy compliance by giving users access to the data and applications that they need to do their work. IGA can be driven by business needs, not IT capabilities. Plus, you can unify
One Identity Safeguard takes the stress out of protecting your privileged accounts by securely storing, managing, recording, auditing and analyzing privileged access. Safeguard can detect
and halt unknown threats while satisfying your auditors and admin. It is an integrated solution that combines a secure hardened password safe and a session management and monitoring solution with threat detection and analytics.