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Understand The State Of Identity And Access Management: 2014 To 2015

February 6, 2015

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Why Read This Report

This report provides a spending and technology adoption benchmark for security and risk (S&R) leaders responsible for developing their organization's identity and access management (IAM) strategy. Throughout the year, Forrester analysts engage in hundreds of discussions with vendors and end users about IAM. Analysis of B2B survey data from Forrester's Business Technographics® Global Security Survey, 2014 provides an additional layer of insight into the state of IAM today and as S&R pros adapt IAM to meet the requirements of today's digital business. This data-driven report outlines budgeting and spending, policies and tools in use, technology adoption plans, and other key IAM trends in North American and European enterprise organizations for 2014 to 2015. Understanding these trends and their implications will help S&R executives examine and adjust as necessary their own IAM resource allocation in order to drive a positive experience with their end users and customers.

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Table of Contents

  • IAM Struggles For Prioritization Despite Its Importance
  • IAM Often Lacks Clear Ownership Across The Organization
  • Don't Despair: Follow These Six Steps For Making IAM More Relevant

  • Use The Benchmark To Target Improvements And Source New Ideas
  • Supplemental Material
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