Identity Management (IdM) PLUS is the process of managing the lifecycle of user identities.

Identity Management (IdM) refers to the business processes that creates this id, makes changes to the id, tracks the usage of this id and finally deletes the id upon the employee's departure from the organization. Such processes are typically referred to on-boarding, off-boarding and maintenance of identities. This extends beyond applications and data and can include other resources such as building access cards, PCs, phones, credit cards, office space. Provisioning could be centrally managed or decentralized as in a federated IDM model.

In addition to the conventional IdM processes, the identity protection  will also wigth  in heavily.  This means without an effective method for user identity protection, the  entire IdM processes will fail.

InfoRender has been guiding the enterprise Identity Management initiatives of several large corporations. The organization has provided solutions ranging from product deployments to strategy and architecture. It also has patented solutions with no other competetive solution in the market.

Further, and in partnership with vendors and client teams, InfoRender has conducted proof-of-concepts, defined strategies, customized and implemented provisioning products in corporate environments. InfoRender practitioners have experience with most leading products.

Idntity Protection. InfoRender's IdM PLUS has delivered the most effective identity solutions that fully protects User identities against identity theft. The patented and non intrusive solutions will readily integrate with the most complex environments.  The solution is in fact the only clear solution avainable in the market.

Provisioning. Provisioning systems give your enterprise the tools to manage user accounts across multiple, disparate applications and system platforms.

Deploying an enterprise provisioning solution is not a trivial effort. The complexity of the effort grows exponentially with each additional system or class of users that must be supported. Successful implementation requires both technical knowledge of the IT systems to be supported and an understanding of the enterprise associated policies and business processes. Hands-on experience with previous provisioning deployments is an additional critical success factor in any provisioning deployment. Our Provisioning practice has the extensive knowledge and experience needed to help our clients roll out world-class provisioning services.

A given enterprise user may need access to any number of different applications, ranging from contemporary web applications to legacy client/server or mainframe applications. Creating and managing the associated user accounts is often a time-intensive and error-prone proposition. Users (and their supervisors) often experience frustration due to delays in the setting up of system access the user needs to be productive in his or her job. Internal and external auditors complain that there is no way to easily ascertain which users have which access to which systems. And the entire enterprise may be impacted by security breaches that result from users being inadvertently left with access they should not have when they leave the organization or change their role within it.

An enterprise provisioning solution addresses these kinds of problems by providing a centralized solution for managing user accounts across all of an enterprise different applications and system platforms. The provisioning solution applies predefined rules to automatically create, modify or disable user accounts, mailboxes, share drive access or other resources based on corresponding events occurring in an HR system or other system of record. It offers an interface and workflow tools that can also permit decentralized, user-driven requesting and granting of system access. It can provide an accurate snapshot of a user system access across the enterprise, and can also implement rules and workflows to allow managers and information owners to periodically verify and recertify user access to different resources.

Not only the InfoRender Security Technologies owns some of the key patented technologies in this field, it also uses many third party technologies and open systems when the client decides. Our teams have been implementing provisioning systems since late 90s and have successfully delivered systems for clients of all sizes, including global enterprises in a variety of industries such as financial, insurance as well as energy industries. Our Provisioning practice offers a full range of services that include the following:

  • Environment assessments, feasibility studies and proof-of-concept implementations for scoping and planning of enterprise provisioning initiatives
  • Design of logical and physical architecture for provisioning infrastructure
  • Implementation and customization of standard packages for provisioning
  • Business process analysis and engineering for enterprise provisioning services
  • Outsourcing of maintenance and production support for provisioning infrastructure Project and program management for enterprise provisioning

To learn more about how our Provisioning practice can help you to roll out and maintain a world-class provisioning solution within your organization, please contact us at:

Email: info@InfoRender.com

Compliance. Compliance architecture lets you achieve regulatory and policy compliance in the most cost-effective way possible.

Businesses must comply with an ever-increasing number of regulatory and legislative requirements that affect all levels of the organization. Enterprises need to apply the minimal and effective controls that meet compliance requirements. Our Compliance practice can help your enterprise to roll out an identity and access management (IAM) solution architected to ensure that access to sensitive systems and data can be controlled and audited on a regular basis and risks are managed appropriately within the expected results.

Fundamental to our Compliance practice approach is the concept of compliance architecture. The compliance architecture concept proceeds from an understanding that a given enterprise is typically subject to multiple sets of overlapping regulations that build an overall set of compliance requirements. For example, a US regional financial services corporation might find itself needing to address compliance requirements derived from Sarbanes-Oxley, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, USA Patriot Act, various state privacy laws and many others within the context of its IAM infrastructure. In addition, an enterprise may have internally adopted a compliance framework such as CobiT or SAS 70 that will shape IAM requirements. And finally, the enterprise will have its own set of internal information security and audit policies that create requirements to be fulfilled by IAM. Other International regulatory requirements may also be necessary for multi-national business presence.

Addressing these various requirements incrementally over time in the enterprise IAM services can lead to an increasingly inefficient patchwork of compliance-related solutions that creates unnecessary costs for operations and maintenance. A better approach is to develop a compliance architecture that distills the superset of IAM-relevant regulations and directives affecting an enterprise into a more concise and transparent set of requirements that can be mapped to an IAM solution set consisting of technology tools and business processes that verifiably fulfill the relevant compliance requirements. A program to implement the necessary IAM solution set can then be formulated for each individual case on the basis of the compliance architecture. That customized program might be to roll out an entirely new IAM solution set if there is none in place, or if the existing solution is considered obsolete. If a satisfactory but only partial solution were already in place, the program would cover integration of additional solution components to enhance or complete the existing IAM solution set.

The InfoRender Security Technologies Compliance practice can provide your enterprise with the consulting support you need to implement a robust compliance architecture, including:

  • Analysis of compliance requirements affecting your company
  • Workshops with key enterprise stakeholders and subject matter experts to develop and communicate the compliance architecture to technical staff, business owners, managers, senior directors, board members, and other stakeholders
  • Design of technical IAM infrastructure that will underlie the compliance architecture Business process analysis and (re-)design for IAM services
  • Roadmap planning and program management for rolling out new or enhanced IAM infrastructure and services
  • Presenting maintenance requirements for continuous Knowledge Management and Trainings

For more information on how our Compliance practice can help you to meet your organization compliance requirements, please contact us at:

Email: info@InfoRender.com

Our services in this arena include:

Requirements gathering
  • Working with the business and technology groups to document and analyze provisioning requirements
Strategy definition
  • That ties-in with the corporate IdM strategy
Design
  • Business process design - defining key business processes such as on-boarding, off-boarding, and maintenance
  • Unique User Identity and User Repository (Directory) strategy
  • Product evaluation and selection - quick evaluation to select candidates for POC
  • Proof-of-concept - to test selected products against criteria
  • Product selection - based on POC results and customer strategy
Development
  • Adapters - to connect to other products in the enterprise e.g. PeopleSoft, Siebel
  • Custom development - customization of management tools, reports, etc. to extend the product functionality
Implementation
  • Planning deployment architectures for robust, fault tolerant, high performance systems
  • Installation, configuration, testing of off-the-shelf and custom products in the enterprise environment
Identity Protection (IdM PLUS)
  • The most effective Patented Solution available for B2C, C2B, and B2B markets
Cross Site Request Forgery (XSRF/CSRF) Attacks (IdM PLUS)
  • We deliver a UNIQUE and effective solution against CSRF Attacks.
Compliance - Regulatory Requirements




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