Identity Access Management (IAM) / Privileged Access Management (PAM)
IAM/PAM is a system that focuses on managing user identities and controlling access rights across various authentication methods for users, devices, and services. It verifies the identity of individuals, regardless of whether they are inside or outside the organization, ensuring that only authorized individuals with proper permissions can access organizational resources. This serves as a crucial foundation for maintaining organizational security, enabling secure access to systems and services, and enhancing operational efficiency in today’s digital society.
- The primary objective of IAM/PAM is to effectively manage the identity and access rights to the organization's resources, ensuring that only authorized individuals have permission to access them. By implementing IAM/PAM, it becomes possible to prevent unauthorized access to confidential information and protect it from potential intruders or unauthorized users.