Workforce IAM

Identity Lifecycles Drive Productivity and Security

User Identities go through many changes through their lifetimes in your organization, and based on the business unit, these changes can take form as promotions, demotions, cross-team collaboration, Manager changes, new responsibilities, and much more.

This process needs to be fast, reliable and audited. An organization needs properly defined User Journeys in the Identity lifecycle that align with the systems in your Identity Architecture for seamless user onboarding, provisioning, updates, deprovisioning and terminations.

Seamless Onboarding

A strong Identity Management Program takes minutes or seconds, not hours or days, to onboard new users to your organization.

Your resources should be working from their first payable day. If you factor in the average income of an associate at your organization in 1 week, and extend that to every new hire that comes through that isn’t immediately able to work, the costing mathematics becomes uncomfortable to say the least.

Provisioning and De-Provisioning

People’s roles at work are constantly changing, as do their job responsibilities, team memberships, and in some cases their status as an active employee in your environment.

An Identity Program should account for changing roles, collaboration between teams, legal holds, terminations either Voluntary or Involuntary and respond accordingly. A great deal of responsibility falls on a structured Identity Lifecycle driven by provisioning and deprovisioning processes that are tied to those processes, the absence of which can lead to embarrassing and expensive news headlines.

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