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Conventional Access Management Solutions Have Turned More than Obsolete, Warn Experts

Traditional access management solutions have struggled to keep pace as the majority were designed for legacy, on-premises systems and have had to pivot or rejigger their solutions to support these modern resources,

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In an era wherein cyber security is a constant threat to organizations across the globe, organizations have to ensure strict measures are undertaken to prevent any possibility of cyber attacks.

What adds to the situation’s complexity is that hackers are constantly evolving, and cyber security specialists must make extra effort to invent new solutions to counter innovative hacking methods.

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Access Management is now expecting heavy disruption.

With the ever-increasing application of cloud technologies into almost all aspects of life and technology, enterprises now have to deal with a strange mix of newer resources, legacy systems, clusters, and containers. This diversity makes it difficult to have adequate access management controls in place at all junctures. Here, traditional access management systems become obsolete slowly, and in the longer run, it will be imperative for all enterprises to have newer access management systems in place.

Conventional access management solutions are struggling to keep pace with the newer requirements as most of these were developed for on-premise and legacy systems. As a result, they need to be rejiggered to support modern resources, including Azure and AWS platforms, MySQL databases, and Kubernetes clusters.

Investing time to implement and design an effective access management solution involves enormous benefits. First, it will give executives a feeling of being at ease as their compliance postures and security are safe.

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