Explore key identity and access management concepts and learn how they can contribute to data security and cyber resilience.
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Strengthen data security with identity and access management
This cyber security training course will introduce you to identity and access management.
Identity and access management is a key tool in data security. It describes the processes by which different users are granted certain data permissions and under what contexts.
This supports data security by ensuring that select users can only access sensitive information at select times. Through identity and access management, the possibility of breaches and cyber attacks is greatly reduced.
Once cyber resilience is strengthened, you can focus data security processes on key moments of vulnerability. Identity and access management also serve to reduce the risk of human error, the greatest cause of data breaches.
This course will introduce you to key identity management models and tools, to help increase cyber resilience at your organization.
Discover key identity and access management concepts
In this cyber security training course, you will be introduced to key identity and access management concepts. It is the first of two courses covering identity and access management.
You will learn:
- what identity and access management means and why it is important
- the meaning and importance of the identity and management concepts of ‘identification’ and ‘authentication’
- the meaning and importance of the identity and access management concept of ‘authorisation’
- the role of organizational data security processes in identity and access management
This is a highly practical cyber security training course to help you contribute to data security and cyber resilience. You’ll be able to apply the identity and access management concepts you learn at your organization.
Who is the course for?
This cyber security training is aimed at IT professionals who want to understand how to protect their organization from cyber attacks. This might include data administrators, those working with sensitive data, or those targeting a career in cyber security.