Make use of existing open source software to create an identity management and management (IAM) platform that will benefit your company in the long haul. With the advent in open standard and free software it’s simpler than ever before to create and manage an own IAM stack.
The main cause of the most significant hacks is poor personal identification. For the best bang for your buck, a secure security controls are the most effective investment you could make. In terms of financial value, it’s better to stop than to discover an attack. This is the reason Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a crucial component of a security infrastructure for an organization. The past was when IAM programs were accessible only through large enterprise software companies. However, today’s commercial IAM offerings are now packaged in “suites” because IAM is not a single component. It’s a collection of components that are working together, which includes the web, authentication authorization, cryptographic, and even persistence services.
Secure the Perimeter provides a method to benefit from open standards to develop the most enterprise grade IAM service with free open-source software. Therefore, this recipe is adaptable to meet the requirements of both large and small companies. Although it is not a complete guide to every application it does provide essential concepts and patterns that assist developers and administrators in leveraging the central security infrastructure.
Cloud IAM service providers cou
ld make you think the management of an IAM is difficult. It’s true that anything new is difficult however, with the proper roadmap, it is able to be handled. It is possible that you discover SaaS identity solutions to be too costly or rigid. Maybe you’re not a fan of the notion that a third-party holds access to your users – the keys to your business. Open open source IAM is a viable alternative. Control your IAM infrastructure when digital services are crucial to your company’s success.
What Will You Learn?
- Know the reasons to deploy an centralized authentication and management system
- Make use of to use the SAML and Open ID Standards for web or single sign-on, as well as OAuth to manage API Access Management
- Synchronize existing data from identity repositories, such as Active Directory
- Utilize two-factor authentication
What is This Book Is For?
Security architects (CISO, CSO), system engineers/administrators, and software developers.