How do you intelligently determine the identity governance policies/procedures for a growing company?
RomanZ 2 years ago
As my company grows, identity governance has changed from something that I rarely thought about to something that consumes more and more time. The guy that always needed to have his password reset was worth a chuckle when I delt with a few dozen employees. Now that the number has multiplied, little things like that aren't so funny and they add up to a noticeable waste of time. What have people making the transition to larger size found to be a workable approach to identity governance? Our current approach of my manually managing all those identities is becoming less and less attractive.
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