Access Management - SITS
Identity and Access Management at a Glance

Control who accesses your company’s resources when: With our custom-tailored Identity and Access Management (IAM) framework, your data and digital identities—like user accounts, digital fingerprints, or certificates—are under lock and key.

Our IAM guarantees only authorized individuals have access to your critical data, apps, or services. Our offer includes end-to-end management of user identities and precise assignment of access rights, for both internal staff and external partners or contractors. SITS’s IAM secures your business with user identification and authentication, keeping every access to your IT systems verified and safeguarded.

Our IAM solution offers:

  • Access Control: Gain complete control over who accesses your systems and how.
  • Single Sign-On (SSO): One secure login for all applications enhances efficiency and user experience.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA): This additional layer of security seamlessly integrates into your IT environment, assuring the authenticity of users.
  • API Security: Our IAM safeguards your interfaces with cutting-edge access management.
  • Integration of External Users: IAM suits internal and external staff, as well as partners and service providers.

Access Violations

Weak Authentication: A Wide-Open Door

With weak access protection, internal or guest users might gain unauthorized access to internal data and services.  You need to establish stringent rules for identities, services, and data.

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Why is Access Management so important?
In today's cloud-centric and remote work era, your employees have access to apps, services, and data from anywhere - both internally and externally. This raises questions:
``Who is accessing our applications and is it secure?``
``What kind of access do they have is it safeguarded?``
``How do I ensure our clients' accounts are protected?``

To oversee who accesses what data and when, you need to manage access rights, ensure secure pathways, and establish a comprehensive Identity and Access Management (IAM). The key benefits include:

  • Risk Reduction: Access management lowers the risk of data breaches by ensuring authorized access to critical data.
  • Productivity boost: IAM simplifies user access and lets your employees work more securely without getting in their way.
  • Compliance Adherence:IAM systems help in meeting data protection laws, reducing legal risks.

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Efficient Protection for Every Access.

Our services cover two key components: access protection for your internal staff and data, as well as for external staff and partners.

Our service provides:

Access Management Implementation

The Corner Stone for Secure Access Control
For organizations prioritizing operational security, our access management is a must-have. We offer sophisticated, user-friendly solutions for managing access to systems and information. Beginning with a thorough current-state analysis, we implement the ideal IAM solution for your on-premise and cloud-based identities, data, and services.

Single Sign-On (SSO)

The Master Key for Businesses
Single Sign-On (SSO) simplifies access, boosts security, and eases usability by just providing your users one single login. The benefits:

  • Simplified Access: Managing multiple login credentials becomes a lot easier.
  • Enhanced Security: Improved access safety through strong authentication with tokens.
  • Standardized Login Process: Secure authentication replaces multiple data entries.
  • Productivity Uplift: Seamless access to all systems, including cloud apps – a big benefit for large corporations.

Multi-Factor-Authentication (MFA)

Dual-Layered Defense
MFA offers much greater security than traditional password entry. Our offerings include:

  • Beyond Passwords:MFA adds an extra layer of security to password authentication, such as verification via smartphone.
  • Cutting-edge Technology: We incorporate innovations like FIDO2 U2F for use of hardware-based MFA devices like YubiKeys or Windows Hello for Business.
  • Continuous Authentication: By monitoring typical usage patterns, our MFA ensures the identity of users remains verified, using behavioral analysis with machine learning and AI.

Risk-Based Authentication

Boost Your Security Through Dynamic
For decision-makers, risk-based authentication (RBA) is a key tool to further improve access security: By dynamically assessing risk factors like user behavior, location, and access patterns, RBA intelligently adjusts security measures in real-time.

RBA ensures defense against evolving threats while maintaining user-friendliness, making it a strategic choice for protecting sensitive information and digital assets.

IAM For Your Partners

Access Protection for External Staff and Partners

Companies can’t just provide secure logins for their employees and protect internal identities – they need to enable external partners to access necessary resources safely, without compromising security.

Customer Identity Access Management

Identity Protection Through CIAM
Thanks to our CIAM implementation, your customers and external staff can access your corporate data, portals, and applications using one single identity. From user registration to daily login, we make the process straightforward and secure. Benefits of our CIAM include:

  • Allowing your customers to protect their accounts with secure, modern authentication mechanisms like passkeys and YubiKeys.
  • Combining SSO and MFA (as above) to make login easy and secure.
  • Providing a user-friendly interface for your customers and only requesting additional information when truly needed.
  • Integrating into your back-office systems.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a framework that ensures only the right individuals have appropriate access to technology resources within an enterprise. It facilitates the management of identities and the assignment of access rights based on defined policies, thus ensuring secure and efficient user identification and authorization.

Privileged Access Management (PAM) specifically focuses on 'privileged' accounts that have extensive access to critical systems and data. PAM solutions monitor and control privileged access, restricting the use of privileged accounts to ensure they are used under stringent conditions. PAM is, therefore, a specialized area of IAM that deals with the heightened risks and security requirements associated with privileged accounts.

IGA (Identity Governance and Administration) offers a comprehensive view of identity management and access control. It includes features like access certification, policy management, Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), reporting, and compliance management. IGA solutions provide a framework for defining, reviewing, and managing access rights within organizations, as well as ensuring adherence to access policies and compliance requirements.

IAM, PAM, and IGA enable comprehensive management of user identities and access rights, thus safeguarding data privacy. They protect against unauthorized access and data breaches, improve operational management, and support compliance with data protection regulations and requirements. With the specific controls each discipline offers, businesses can enhance their security while ensuring efficient operational workflows.

In the context of IAM, 'identities' refer to the digital credentials and attributes that uniquely identify a person or service within an IT system. Identities may include:

  • Username and Password: The basic credentials a user needs to access a system.
  • Biometric Data: Fingerprints, facial recognition, or other physical characteristics used for authentication.
  • Digital Certificates: Electronic documents that verify a person's or machine's identity and enable secure communication.
  • Tokens: Physical devices or software-based keys used in authentication to create additional layers of security.
  • Attributes: Additional user information such as departmental affiliation, role in the company, or permission levels.

Managing these identities involves creating, updating, monitoring, and deleting user accounts and permissions within a company. Identity management systems ensure that only authorized individuals have access to sensitive systems and data, playing a crucial role in protecting against unauthorized access and cyber attacks.

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Alexander Keller
Account Manager, SITS Group