Your Identity Architecture is built on the best LDAP directory technology, you provision identities quickly and effectively and you apply them using SAML assertions throughout.
Now, how reliable are those identities to begin with?
According to analysts at Maceiter Ward-Dutton, “It’s time to build identity management architectures around identities, rather than around applications and services.”
Have Identities Before You ManageThem shows how the practice of IDQA™ – Identity Quality Assurance – will ensure that you have the right level of identity reliability for each level of risk within your organization and for each of the members of your federated identity circle of trust.
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Your enterprise's HSM - and those who touch it - are truly the keepers of the keys to the kingdom. You probably trust the individuals who manage your HSM implicitly. After all, that's why they were chosen for such a sensitive job. But can you be sure that whatever happens, you'll be able to assure the management, board, and stockholders that this important responsibility was delegated strictly in accordance with best practices?
"Best practices" is a concept that exists to protect you and everyone in your organization. Let HSM-ID assure all your stakeholders that the identities of those with access to this very important key repository are who they say they are. Establish their identities to the very highest degree of reliability with an Identity Quality score of at least 45 on a scale of 0-54.
Your organization's most important digital assets are secured by cryptographic keys
Those cryptographic keys are secured in an HSM (hardware security module.
Shouldn't the identies of those who manage your HSMs be thoroughly checked as a matter of best practices?