Information technology is becoming increasingly complex and multi-layered. This presents companies with various challenges - one of which is the protection of corporate data. The increasing digitalization as well as the networking of systems brings great advantages to many companies and saves them valuable time and costs. However, the increasingly complex IT infrastructures as well as the ever stricter data protection laws are challenging today's IT departments.
To ensure security in the company, the correct management of employees' access rights to the various systems is a key issue. For many IT departments, managing user accounts and their access rights is a major challenge. An Identity and Access Management solution simplifies and optimizes the processes for user administration and helps to comply with laws and guidelines on data security (DSGVO, DSG etc.).
Requirements for the correct management of access rights:
Many companies do not have a centralized system to manage employee access rights. Current access rights are often not documented centrally, which poses risks and can lead to unmanageability.
Access management risks and challenges:
Secure and correct access rights thanks to waave Identity and Access Management
In order to manage employee accounts and access rights, you enter the data in each case in the already existing HR system. Our Identity and Access Management solution waave then detects that there is new data or existing data has been changed and then synchronizes it in all connected target systems such as Active Directory, Microsoft 365 or Microsoft Teams. This means waave creates, updates or deletes accounts and grants or revokes access rights. Automated and centralized management increases security and prevents unauthorized access.
Transparent and traceable
waave also supports you in complying with the various data protection guidelines: All changes to identities are logged by waave and data management is documented. This means that you can always see who changed which data and when, and who had access to which systems at which time. In this way, you create transparency and traceability.