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Identifying Gaps in Your IAM Strategy

IAM is far from being a static process; it needs to evolve as the organization grows and changes, as technologies advance, and as new threats emerge. An IAM assessment is key to revealing potential vulnerabilities and weaknesses. It helps uncover:

Inadequate Controls

Do you have strict controls on who can access what data and when? Can access be quickly revoked when necessary?

Regulatory Non-Compliance

Are you following all the rules and regulations regarding data protection and privacy? This is especially relevant for industries such as healthcare, finance, or those operating in the European Union under the GDPR.

Inefficient Processes

Are your IAM processes as streamlined and automated as they could be, or are they causing unnecessary delays or errors?

Insufficient Scalability

Can your current IAM strategy cope with growth in users and resources, or will it become a bottleneck?

Solidifying Your IAM Roadmap

An IAM assessment is not only about finding problems; it’s about providing solutions. The assessment should lead to a clear, detailed, and tailored IAM roadmap for your organization. This roadmap should cover:


What are the most pressing issues, and what will bring the most value in the shortest time?


How can existing IAM processes be improved or new ones be implemented?

Tools and Technologies

What IAM solutions will best serve your needs? This could range from single sign-on systems to advanced AI-powered anomaly detection.

Training and Awareness

How will you ensure all stakeholders understand their roles and responsibilities regarding IAM?

Best Value for Your Time

IAM is a complex field, and working on the wrong problems or going in the wrong direction can be a costly mistake, not just in money but in time. An IAM assessment ensures that you get the best return on investment by:

Focusing on what matters

By identifying the highest priorities and most significant risks, you ensure that your efforts go where they are most needed.

Avoiding pitfalls

By learning from the experiences of others and following best practices, you can avoid common mistakes and pitfalls.

Leveraging the latest technologies

With a solid understanding of your current state and future needs, you can make informed decisions about adopting new IAM technologies.