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Today, employees expect to work the way they live—not to step back in time when they work, whether they’re in the office or remote. Simple and secure access to data and apps across all devices for all user types— regardless of location—is the new standard. The endstate sounds great, but when you’re personally tasked with making it happen, it can be daunting. Where do you start?
Read on to learn why technology leaders are rethinking their Identity and Access Management strategy and moving towards a unified approach.
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is becoming the go-to delivery model for core business apps and transforming the way people work. As SaaS continues to gain traction, there are major implications for the Access Management world. Let’s catch up to speed.
Increasingly, SaaS is the standard for many companies, while on-prem apps—particularly in larger organizations—maintain a sizeable foothold. With the democratization of IT, it is incredibly easy for non-technical end-users to sign up for cloud app services, fueling the growth in SaaS adoption.
of companies have a Digital Transformation strategy1
of organizations are planning to deploy 50 or more SaaS apps this year1
of organizations are planning to deploy 50 or more on-premises apps this year1
of organizations say nearly all (80%+) of their apps will be SaaS by 20202
In this hybrid world that feels more like an enduring state than a passing lane on the highway to an all-cloud nirvana, Access Management can be frustratingly inefficient—and insecure.
Let’s think of a typical situation for an Access Management lead trying to create a basic access policy for security and compliance purposes. First, you have to create and enforce an access management policy for on-prem apps from one Access Management system, then create and enforce an access management policy for cloud apps in a completely separate system.
That is, if you have an access management solution for your cloud apps at all. And if there’s feature parity between them. If not, you may have to configure policies within the individual applications, one at a time. Not exactly efficient, right?
With the explosion of SaaS applications over the last decade, many organizations find themselves in a hybrid state, with a blend of on-prem apps and cloud apps. The only problem? Traditional access management approaches (and solutions) are aimed at addressing only one of the two environments.
In 2018, over half of businesses plan to deploy 50 or more on-prem apps. Meanwhile 50% of organizations plan to deploy 50 or more SaaS apps.1
This means organizations are tasked with managing access to two distinct environments consisting of SaaS apps and both commercial off-the-shelf and custom web apps hosted on-premises, at remote data centers, and in private clouds. Existing approaches are fragmented and plagued with complexity, inefficiency, redundancy, and high cost—not to mention security gaps.
of all IT budgetS are committed to cloud apps and solutions. However, just 23% of organizations today completely trust public clouds to keep their data secure.3 4
of all data breacheS are caused by an organization’s own employees. Of those, 75% were malicious in intent; 25% were accidental.5 6
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While solving the fragmented access challenge may seem daunting, there are an array of vendors and solutions out there to help. So, what functionality areas are key and what approach is best for your organization?
Access management functionality for cloud apps: single sign-on (SSO) centralized cloud directory, user lifecycle management, multi-factor authentication (MFA), and contextual security policies.
Ease of use for both end-users and admins.Out-of-the-box support for common apps.Simple and intuitive pricing model.Intuitive UI and policy engine.
“The tight integration of OneLogin's cloud directory for SaaS apps and OneLogin WAM for our on-premise applications makes it easier for our people, enabling us to have a more efficient and effective IT department. And it does so while securing all of our apps with multi-factor authentication."
Nate Hauenstein,Enterprise Infrastructure Manager, Chart Industries
The ability to synchronize existing directories, including Microsoft Active Directory, LDAP, Google, and even Human Resources Information Systems, such as Workday, Namely, Ultipro, and BambooHR.
Real-time synchronization (over batch sync) for accelerated onboarding and immediate offboarding.
“With all of these hosted services we use, we were concerned that departing employees would still have access to those systems. But with OneLogin, when that person’s Active Directory account is closed, the access to those external sites is terminated as well—instantaneously."
Matt Fuller,Director of IT, Sedgwick LLP
Single portal accessed through a secure password for users to access all applications.
Ability to enforce secure password policy.Portal customization (white label experience.App catalog?End-user customizability?
“The single sign-on services provided by OneLogin have proven imperative to rolling out new applications to the whole organization, no matter the location or time zone. Not only has it helped us simplify a rapidly evolving estate of applications but with thanks to OneLogin, we can look to integrate more software with complete confidence in the future."
Mike Lynch,IT Director, Berwin, Leighton, Paisner
Onboarding new users, offboarding terminated users, and everything in between.
Automated provisioning for accelerated onboarding.
“You know what a pain it is to set up new hires. Just because with the number of tools and applications and access and permissions...it used to consume half, if not the whole Friday before the new hire start, for 3 or 4 people on my team to provision new hires. With the rollout and deployment of OneLogin, that time has shrunk to minutes."
Mustafa Ebadi,VP IT & Services, SOTI
Increased authentication requirements for increased identity assurance.
Adaptive authentication powered by machine learning to analyze behavior and authentication requirements.A native One-Time Password (OTP) app, included with subscription.Support for multiple options, including security questions, SMS, and third-party MFA solutions, including Google Authenticator, Yubico, RSA, and Symantec.
“After thorough research, OneLogin stood out amongst its competitors. The team could deliver an effective replacement for the two factor authentication (2FA) solution we already had in place. This meant the previous expensive and aging software and hardware tokens could be removed and the integration of cloud systems move ahead."
Neil Davison,Director of IT, Farrer & Co.
Core Identity and Access Management functionality for on-premises apps - native to the core IDaaS platform.
The ability to conduct access management operations for both SaaS and on-premises apps from a single native solution without expensive professional services or customization.The ability for end-users to access both SaaS and on-premises apps from the same portal.
“Hybrid IT is more than a temporary transitional phase. It’s actually an end state as companies seek to integrate and manage both on-premise and cloud-based resources. A unified access management approach can help enterprises manage a mix of on-premise and cloud apps, a myriad of directories and a wide range of users across various networks and devices."
Garrett Bekker,Principal Security Analyst. 451 Research
OneLogin is the world’s leading Unified Access Management (UAM) solution. Over 2,000 enterprises and millions of users across the globe trust OneLogin with securing their app data.
The cloud-based solution unifies access to both SaaS and on-premises applications, and a wide range of networks and devices. OneLogin makes it simpler and safer for everyone to access the apps and data they need, anytime and everywhere.
Before we adopted OneLogin it could take days or even weeks to get a new application set up with the proper authentication. Now, with OneLogin, it's quick and easy."
Paul Prentice,Manager of IT Security & Compliance,Steelcase