LastPass Study Finds Identity and Access Management Strategies Vary by Vertical, Finance Focused on Security Integrations, while IT Prioritizes Multifactor Authentication
BOSTON, June 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- LastPass by LogMeIn today released findings of a new report conducted in partnership with Vanson Bourne to understand how IT and security professionals across a variety of industries including finance, IT and media are managing their identity and access management (IAM) programs. The findings reveal that IAM priorities differ by industry vertical, emphasizing how a one-size-fits-all approach to IAM doesn’t work when every industry and business within that industry is unique.
IT Is Focused on the Security Benefits of IAM And Prioritizes Multifactor Authentication
Media Needs a Secure, Automated Way to Manage User Access
“Finance is focused on reducing risk and integrations, IT is prioritizing the security components of IAM, whereas media is focused on improving employee productivity,” said John Bennett, General Manager, Identity and Access Management Business Unit at LogMeIn. “It’s clear that flexibility, breadth of functionality and ease of use are critical so businesses can customize their IAM strategy in alignment with their business objectives. Organizations need to evaluate what their business needs are and build their IAM strategy based on those requirements.”
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