Dell had released Dell One Identity Manager 7.0, a scalable, modular and integrated platform that enables organisations to unify security policies, meet compliance needs and enhance business agility.
Dell One Identity Manager 7.0 simplifies identity and access management (IAM) and facilitates better security decisions so organisations can control user and privileged access, govern identities, secure data and reduce information silos and risk exposure. It also provides auditors with real-time governance reports detailing the resources in customer environments, who has access to them, and why that access was granted or terminated.
Business users can use a new self-service feature to manage the identity lifecycle process more easily, and leverage the solution’s automated architecture to simplify major identity and access management tasks. This means they will take a fraction of the time or expense of traditional framework solutions.
“Organisations consistently feel daunted when it comes to implementing an identity and access management solution, as traditional frameworks are costly and time-intensive to deploy,” said John Milburn, executive director at Dell Security. “Dell One Identity Manager 7.0 is a modular and integrated identity and access management solution, so organisations can deploy what they need today, and feel confident they can easily add elements as required to support future business needs. With built-in automation and scalability to improve business agility, today and in the future, Dell One Identity Manager enables organisations to effectively mitigate risk, unify security policies, meet compliance needs and achieve governance – all without impacting business productivity.”
The new Dell One Identity Manager release offers increased representation of heatmaps, dashboards and compliance reports to help business users, data stewards and administrative staff resolve policy violations more quickly. It also increases security between components and enables customers to author their own user interface for particular tasks. In addition, the solution enables information to be exchanged between an organisation’s internal software and systems and external systems.
Meanwhile, the web user interface is split in three ways – for the end user, governance users and administrators – and a wizard-driven, centralised synchronisation client decreases the time needed to provision a new user into the network and reduces upgrade costs.
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