Posts Tagged: IAM

Better Identity Management, Better Agencies

Written in collaboration with Kolin Whitley, Director of Fraud and Identity Solutions, Experian Public Sector Picture a novice internet user logging on to a government portal for the first time. He’s using a desktop computer, and the process takes him a few minutes because he isn’t very tech-savvy. He also doesn’t have any details from… Read more »

Cyber Trends & Strategies You Need To Know

Cybersecurity is an inescapable and urgent priority for everyone. No matter what sector you’re in or what device you’re using, securing your information and network is critical. To help keep you in the cyber loop, GovLoop’s 4th Annual Government Innovators Virtual Summit hosted the session: Cybersecurity Trends and Strategies You Need To Know. During this… Read more »

Automating your Identity and Access Management System

The following post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent executive research brief, Transforming Agency Security with Identity and Access Management. In the brief, we discuss the importance of consolidating and automating IAM systems to better secure information at government organizations. The first step to securing user accounts and privileges at your agency is to consolidate all current… Read more »

The 4 A’s Government Needs to Protect Your Privacy

“You’ve been hacked.” That is the line that every person dreads waking up to in their inbox. But securing your identity and your privacy is no easy task. The government has been using identity and access management tools for years, commonly known as IAM. IAM uses a four part verification process that helps cut down… Read more »