Blog Category: Identity Management
Oracle Identity Governance (OIG) projects follow a common process when integrating new applications and systems. Zirous has created several onboarding scripts to reduce implementation time and project cost when it comes to these OIG processes. Take a peek to see what scripts we have available.
At Zirous we have found that it is critical to understand the business problem and requirements for the project upfront for a successful implementation. In order to do that we like to start our projects with a discovery engagement.
If you’ve worked on any Oracle Identity Manager project, you’ve likely come across a common question,“When OIM user attributes change, can I copy their values to one or more target system accounts?” We'll show you a nice shortcut to handle that question in this post!
Uncover the key lessons learned based on one of our Business Analyst's participation in several Identity Governance projects.
Zirous recognized in Gartner's Market Guide for IAM Professional Services.
from centralizing password storage, to enabling a greater degree of regulatory compliance, OPAM provides several key features that are crucial to properly mitigating security risks and preventing security holes regarding the management and use of privileged accounts. This Oracle product should be seriously considered as a complement to any existing Identity Governance implementations or even as a stand alone product for those organizations who aren't currently invested in Oracle Identity.
In this age of internet security issues, it is an increasingly common task for Zirous’ clients to implement improved system security for their web-based applications and services. Often, a key component of this is to create a user self-service capability.
Identity Management (IdM) is a term that defines a collection of processes and activities surrounding the management of records about identities for the purpose of controlling access (authentication) and privileges (authorization) within or across multiple computer systems. Self-Service is a subset of features within Identity Management that defines activities a user can do with a computer system on their own, without reaching out to helpdesk or IT personnel. Here are seven common Self-Service features, their typical use cases, and some some concepts that are important when implementing Self-Service features in an IdM solution.
Database Administrators, are you constantly managing your users and making changes in 50 or more databases? Zirous understands that your time is valuable, so stop wasting it! There is no time for manually changing and creating these user privileges. Oracle Enterprise User Security (EUS) allows your company to manage database users and their authorizations in one central location.