In recent years, many companies have successfully modernized both their internal access management systems (AM) for employees and their access from web applications and SaaS services as well as their customer identity and access management (CIAM) to secure customer access to the eServices and services offered.
The Online Access Act (OZG) and its ongoing development (OZG Amendment Act) are important milestones in the digitalization of German administration. It obliges federal, state and local authorities to offer their services digitally in the future.
Currently, the use of authentication methods is voluntary in many cases, which often leads to the additional security mechanisms being skipped due to a lack of knowledge.
The shift from on-premise to cloud-based IAM solutions: Trends in Identity & Access Management (IAM)
In today’s digital world, Identity & Access Management (IAM) is crucial to ensure the security and smooth running of business processes. Companies are faced with the choice between traditional on-premise solutions and innovative cloud-based IAM systems, also known as Identity as a Service (IDaaS).
Implementing (Workforce) Identity & Access Management (IAM) is no longer just an option for enterprises today, but an absolute necessity. In a digital world where cyber threats are constantly increasing and data protection regulations are becoming stricter, a robust IAM system is the key to security and efficiency.
Find out more about Workforce IAM in our new blog series. In the first part, you will find out what influence CIAM has on the development of modern IAM systems.
In an increasingly digitized world where online transactions and the transmission of sensitive data are obvious digital identity security is becoming an ever greater challenge. Digital identity verification plays a crucial role in preventing fraud and identity theft. In our new blog series about digital identity verification, we will delve into the topic regarding different aspects as well as explain what it is all about and what role our product, the cidaas ID validator, plays in this.
Bots vs. captchas – Not as secure as everyone thinks? Bots solve captchas faster & better than humans.
One of the studies shows that bots are now faster and more accurate at resolving captchas than a person. Thus, it can be concluded that the technology no longer achieves its intended purpose of protecting against (malicious) bots.
An Identity & Access Management System, such as the one offered by cidaas, offers outstanding functions. But who is the best person to manage Identity & Access Management?