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Access Management

To authenticate, authorise, and audit access to applications and IT systems, businesses utilise access management solutions. Access solutions, which are frequently provided as a part of an identity and access management (IAM) solution, tighten security and lower risk by strictly regulating access to on-premises and cloud-based applications, services, and IT infrastructure. 

They aid in ensuring the proper users have access to the proper materials at the proper times for the proper purposes.

The majority of access solutions come with features for managing access rights, monitoring login attempts, and monitoring access activity. 

Traditionally, on-premise software applications were used to supply access solutions. 

The majority of companies use Identity as a Service (IDaaS) solutions today because they offer cloud agility, simplicity, and affordability. 

Businesses may streamline processes, speed up time to value and achieve rapid and limitless scalability with the aid of cloud-based access management systems.

Multi-Factor Authentication

To prevent user impersonation and credential theft, the majority of access management solutions provide MFA capabilities. With MFA, a user must provide multiple pieces of identification to access a system or application, such as a password and a one-time, transient SMS code.

Authentication criteria consist of:

Factors of knowledge – anything the user is aware of, like a password or the solution to a security question
Possession factors – Things the user possesses, like a smartphone or proximity badge.
Inherence factors – that are biologically specific to a person, such as their fingerprints or facial features.
Locational factors – the location of the user.

In order to decide which authentication elements to apply to a certain user in a given circumstance, best-of-breed solutions allow AI-powered adaptive authentication techniques that leverage contextual or behavioural analytics and administratively set policies.

Single Sign-On

To enable users to access all of their apps and services using a single set of credentials, most access management solutions include Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities. SSO enhances user experiences by getting rid of cumbersome passwords. By banning hazardous behaviours like users writing down passwords or using the same password across multiple applications, it also improves security. For federation and peering, the majority of access management solutions support standards-based identity management protocols like SAML, Oauth, and OpenID Connect. For instance, identity federation capabilities in a customer access management scenario enable users to log into a public website using their Facebook, Google, or Microsoft login credentials.

Access to physical, logical assets and associated facilities is limited to authorized users, processes, and devices. We will help you to manage identity and authentication consistently, including the assessed risk of unauthorized access to high-level data, authorized activities and transactions.


  • Employees Authentication Management.
  • Cost Saving for Cyber Security.
  • Keep Track of Who Comes and Goes.
  • Protection Against Unwanted Visitors.
  • Prevent Against Data Breaches.
  • Increased network visibility.
  • More effective identification process.
  • Total network visibility to reduce risk.
  • Instant user profiling.
  • Protection for Guest Networking.
  • Protection for Internal access management.
  • Network management.

Services ProvidedDeliverables
Identification and credential ManagementIdentities and credentials are issued, managed, verified, revoked, and audited for authorized devices, users and processes
Physical Access ManagementPhysical access to assets is managed and protected
CCTV Installation and ManagementPhysical access to assets is managed and protected
Remote Access ManagementRemote access is managed
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