Reporting and Auditing
Did you know that..
the most common reason for starting an IdM project is GRC (Governance, Risk, and Compliance)?
- You will know who has access to particular information and systems.
- You will know when system login and logoff has been performed.
- You will know what activities have been performed in the systems.
- You will know what changes have been executed.
- You will know what systems the users can access and with what privileges.
- You will know who has approved and granted access rights.
One of the most important issues in identify life cycle management is reporting and auditing. All information related to identity and access rights has to be capable of being reported and even combined with Business Intelligence (BI) information. Every step of the access rights process—such as when the access rights were requested, who made the request, who approved the request, and who provisioned the access rights into to target system—should be subject to the audit trail and reporting. Furthermore, all the information related to identity life cycle management should be available for use and sharing between the required systems.
Auditors Require That the History of Activities Should Be Verified and Audited
Propentus United Identity's control, tracing, and reporting tools enable reporting according to the requirements of regulations and public authorities. With the reports:
- You will be able to monitor end users with basic access rights and end users with extensive access rights.
- You will know who has or has had access rights.
- You will know who has or has had access to particular information and systems within an organization.
- You will know who has approved access rights. With one report you will have the information on who has access rights to a specified resource.
- With one report you will have the information on what resources an end user has access rights to.
In addition, access rights management system must send a notification and give information if there are inactive/passive access rights. Similarly, access rights must be reviewed on an ongoing basis to ensure that they are accurate and up-to-date.
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