Companies Urged To Examine Problems With The Process
SAN RAMON, California — October 28, 2013 — Avatier Corp., a leader in risk-driven identity management software, has just released recommendations for companies mining roles to determine appropriate access for their workers. The three key areas for examination are detailed in "Role Mining's Tremendous Value To Identity Management Automation" by Ryan Ward, Avatier's Chief Innovation Officer.
"Regardless of whether you are using sophisticated software or manual role mining approaches, it is important to think logically through the process," said Ward. "Making assumptions about HR, directory and entitlement data can truly derail your efforts."
Avatier's recommendations for identity access management role mining include:
"Ultimately, this is a time consuming task," Ward added. "It's important to consider whether doing this manually is even feasible anymore."
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