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The Challenges Faced by Organizations:

Every organization faces their own set of challenges when they embark on an Identity and Access Management (IAM) program, generally with the twin objectives of managing new sources of risk and facilitating new business processes. Finding the right set of tools to scale IAM infrastructure (whether it is Identity Governance & Administration (IGA), Privileged Access Management (PAM) to Access Management (AM), or any others), securing access for all users, and enabling the business to engage with customers and partners is only part of the battle.

Unlock IAM Success with CyberDiverge’s Proven Solutions:
Identity and Access Management (IAM) is CyberDiverge’s primary service offering. Unlike other companies that provide a broad range of cybersecurity services, we focus exclusively on IAM. The unique advantage of CyberDiverge lies in our team’s expertise and knowledge. Our workforce consists of highly skilled engineers and consultants who specialize in IAM, including Privileged Access Management (PAM) and Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM). We have a remarkable track record of delivering end-to-end IAM services, starting from requirement gathering and roadmap development to complete implementation, training, and managed support services’ have successfully served various major industry sectors, including Financial Services, Energy/Utilities, Healthcare, Government, Telecom, and more.

CyberDiverge adopts a disciplined and risk-based approach to ensure that our clients’ IAM programs align with their business priorities. We take a comprehensive view of IAM, considering governance, processes, and technology to effectively manage user identities across the organization. Our approach centers around the principles of Least Privilege and Need-to-Know, guaranteeing that users possess only the minimum required rights and permissions to carry out their tasks.


Key Components and Features of Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM):

  1. Cloud Resource Discovery: CSPM tools scan and discover all cloud resources, services, and assets across multiple cloud providers used by the organization.
  2. Continuous Security Monitoring: CSPM continuously monitors the configuration settings and security state of cloud resources to detect any deviations from best practices and security policies.
  3. Automated Security Assessments: CSPM solutions automatically assess the security of cloud resources against security frameworks, industry standards, and compliance regulations.
  4. Configuration Management and Compliance: CSPM ensures that cloud resources are configured correctly and aligned with security and compliance requirements.
  5. Misconfiguration Detection and Remediation: CSPM identifies misconfigurations that might lead to security vulnerabilities and provides guidance on how to remediate these issues.
  6. Risk Prioritization: CSPM solutions help prioritize security risks based on severity, potential impact, and the sensitivity of the affected resources.
  7. Integration with Cloud Provider APIs: CSPM tools integrate with cloud provider APIs to access real-time information and provide comprehensive security insights.
  8. Identity and Access Management (IAM) Review: CSPM evaluates IAM settings and access controls to prevent unauthorized access to cloud resources.
  9. Network Security Analysis: CSPM examines network security configurations and firewall rules to detect potential risks.
  10. Container and Serverless Security: CSPM extends its monitoring capabilities to containerized environments and serverless architectures, ensuring their security.

Comprehensive Offerings Across Identity

CYBERDRIVERGE provides a full spectrum of Identity Solutions


Pre-engagement, initial engagement, disengagement, and multi-engagement
User account establishment and removal
Validation and endorsement
Identity verification
Access inquiry and fulfillment
Surveillance and reporting


Certification workflows
Account and password management
Self-service password management
Segregation of duty
Activity logging, monitoring and alerting
Solution integrations (e.g ITSM and PAM integration)


Policy frameworks, benchmarks, and protocols
Real-time surveillance and analytics
Cutting-edge IAM vision and action plan
Transparency, duties, and obligations
IAM education and mindfulness
IAM workflow and talent acquisition


Managed Connectivity
Lifecycle Auto Fulfillment
IdentityForge Connectors
Standardized API Connector
Governance Visibility
IAM Insights Dashboard

Key Components Of Identity Governance

Below we have listed down the key components of identity governance and provided a brief explanation of the same:

Access Visibility

Understanding user identities, the permissions that go along with them, and their behaviors within a system or application of an organization are all important. Gaining knowledge of who has access to what resources, how access rights are given, and how they are used, are all necessary.

Segregation Of Duties

It aims to prevent fraud and errors by separating critical tasks or permissions among different individuals or roles. By enforcing SoD, your IT team can balance maintaining accountability, reduce the risk of unauthorized actions, and enhance the integrity of critical processes

Role-Based Access Management:

It focuses on assigning roles and responsibilities to users based on their job functions and organizational needs


To manage identities and users, restrict access to SaaS app data, and improve the overall security posture of the organization, policies in IGA are a set of rules and guidelines (including access control policies, SoD policies, role-based access control policies, compliance policies, and more).


It entails the routine process of evaluating and validating user access rights and permissions in order to make sure that user access complies with business needs, security guidelines, and legal obligations.

Audit Reporting

The reports contain all the identity and access-related data and activities, which helps your IT team track user access patterns, monitor compliance status, comprehend user behavior (such as login/logout time), determine the level of permissions the users have, and determine whether it is appropriate for their job, among other things.

Key Components Of Identity Access Management

Below we have listed down the key components of identity access management brief explanation of the same:

Account Administration:

Managing user accounts, including the creation, modification, and deletion of accounts. This component ensures that user accounts are properly set up, maintained, and deactivated when necessary.

User And Device Provisioning

This component involves automating the process of granting appropriate access privileges to users and their devices based on their roles and responsibilities. It also ensures that access is promptly revoked when users leave the organization or change roles.

Credentials Administration

It is a security practice that combines policies, strategies, and technologies to safeguard login credentials, as these credentials are used to identify and authenticate users who require access to system resources. 

Managing entitlements

This component is particularly about what users can do within an application they can access, i.e., privileges and entitlements. With custom rules, IT admins can control this and allow or restrict permissions to different users. 

What Are The Benefits Offered By Modern IAM & IGA Solutions?

The security team can check to see if compliance is met at any given time thanks to the extensive and detailed reporting provided by modern IGAs. They can conduct independent reviews, track the resources users access at any given time, recommend better security precautions, and patch holes in the existing system.

Modern IGA solutions not only aid in compliance but also improve an organization’s security posture. How does that happen? Your IT team may establish fine-grained access control using contemporary IGA solutions, ensuring that only authorized users have access to vital SaaS apps, data, and systems. Your IT team may reduce the risk of data breaches and stop unwanted access attempts by doing this.

It automates the provisioning and deprovisioning of user access to make sure that users have the right access when they need it and that access is immediately revoked in the event of role changes or departures. By doing away with manual administrative tasks, productivity is increased and time is saved.

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