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Gaining Deeper Identity Insights to Be Able to Make Better Access Decisions

By DIANE BENJUYA posted Fri October 16, 2020 07:41 AM


Just because a user presents an accurate user name, password, IP and geolocation does not mean the user is legitimate. The harsh fact is that today's IAM systems are based on a time-worn — maybe worn out? —  static approach to assessing risk. The static attributes traditionally used to identify users no longer suffice in today's complex digital reality. Businesses need deeper identity insights to be able to make better access decisions. 

Digital identity trust and user experience are not typically looked at together. Yet, IBM Security Verify with adaptive access can spare your users friction while protecting critical data and applications.​

Please join us on October 22 for a virtual Tech Day event to explore how you can implement adaptive access by adding IBM Security Trusteer features to IBM Security Verify access management solutions.​

During this interactive Tech Day event you will see presentations and demos from product experts who will give an overview of our adaptive access solution and take you on a deep-dive into how to create high quality identity trust assessments​. On-depth demos will illustrate the benefits of adaptive access with IBM Security Verify (SaaS) and IBM Security Verify Access (On-prem). You’ll be able to listen in on or participate in live Q&A throughout, gaining even more value from the event.​

To get more insight into the concept to be covered at this Tech Day session, read the blog about IBM being named a leader in the Forrester Wave: Risk-Based Authentication, Q2020 report.

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See this recent recording on the adaptive access workforce use case by Assaf Ezov, one of this Tech Day session’s speakers.

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Check out the demo.

And read up on adaptive access, which is IBM‘s modern and informed approach to risk based authentication, in this blog on the three key pillars of smart identity.

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Bottom line: Adaptive access delivers the deeper identity insights needed to intelligently identify users and separate suspicious from malicious, to be able to make better access decisions.

Looking for more information? Join our upcoming interactive digital Tech Day session where you’ll learn how to add features from IBM Security Trusteer to IBM Security Verify SaaS or On-prem.