YIN AND YANG: TWO VIEWS ON IAM – Global Risk Standards or States & Nations Policies

By Steve Mowll and Chris Williams POINT: Chris Williams – Advisory Architect, RSA Identity In our last blog, I stated the following about why we most commonly engage in security practices. And these two items were represented: We embrace identity projects because we need to satisfy compulsory mandates. We need to provide competitive protective services…

Yin and Yang: Two Views on IAM – Active Directory Automation, Success or Failure?

By Steve Mowll and Chris Williams Point: Effective identity management strategies are business-based, and should rise above technical limitations. Steve Mowll, Identity Architect, RSA True point, but in order to have effective strategies, they must be directed towards a desired outcome. Let’s take a look at this idea using Active Directory (AD) projects as an…

YIN AND YANG: TWO VIEWS ON IAM – NATURE OR NURTURE

By Steve Mowll and Chris Williams Question: When it comes to the complexities of identity management, is what we try to do in identity management the problem or is it just inherently hard? Point: We might be making it harder than it needs to be. Setting complex requirements may affect long-term suitability and success. Chris…

Yin and Yang: Two Views on IAM – HR vs Identity Management

By Steve Mowll and Chris Williams POINT: NEWS FLASH identity management people, HR is not here to feed you with identity data! Steve Mowll, Systems Engineer, RSA Identity management teams may believe it is the human resource (HR) department’s responsibility to be an identity management provider. Unfortunately for IT, or fortunately for HR, it is…