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Identity & Access Management

Digital world generates increased identity management concerns

Organizations are adopting more and varied ways of interacting with employees, customers, and partners via the Web, social media, and mobile device technologies. As a result, many have experienced a significant spike in access points and digital user identities. And today, they find themselves struggling to gain greater control over identity and access management.

Through our Identity & Access Management (IAM) practice, Deloitte addresses the full IAM lifecycle, using our proven framework and IAM Methods 2.0 methodology. To enhance organizational results, we take a business-focused, end-to-end approach that safeguards and streamlines identity management in support of cost savings, productivity, and risk reduction goals. This includes leveraging our extensive industry and sector experience related to processes, controls, technology, and security, as well as Deloitte's in-depth vendor software knowledge.

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