An Executive’s Guide to Identity and Access Management. An IBRS Special Report

The limited exposure of non-technical staff to the basics of identity and access management (IAM) can result in serious consequences for the organisation’s exposure to security breaches. This guide aims to bridge the knowledge gap in best practices for enterprises that need to develop a business case for IAM, and to realise its organisation-wide impacts.


While identity and access management (IAM) has been crucial in many enterprises’ operations and security practices, there are still organisations whose executives fail to recognise the value of restricting access to highly sensitive information and monitoring individual’s access to resources. This guide offers an introduction to IAM, and makes the case for implementing access management, no matter what the size and type of organisation.

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