Federal Agencies using multiple platforms for ICAM business process can consolidate identity management to Microsoft Azure Active Directory.
At the start of 2020 organizations were thrust into a situation where federal employees, both civilian and military, had to be productive while working remotely. This change brought many security challenges, along with a sizable interest in adopting a Zero Trust posture for enterprise identity and security solutions.
Many organizations that have Microsoft 365 also use a third-party identity solution. However, having two identity stores means that identities are authenticating in multiple places, which can negatively impact security and increase operating costs.
Benefits of consolidating include:
- Reduced costs – save on licensing
- Reduced complexity in vendor relationship management
- Improved security posture
- One cloud-based, robust, easy-to-manage platform
- Better user experience
In this webinar recording, Oxford Computer Group Principal Architect Frank Urena discusses the security and practical benefits of consolidating identity management to Azure Active Directory. He also discusses how you can get your migration started.
Who should view this recording? CISOs, Security and Identity IT decision makers and architects, especially those in Federal agencies.