Enterprise Role Management (ERM)

An identity and access management (IdAM) infrastructure should include abstraction layers for administering user populations and controlling access to resources. Effective and scalable administration, seamless policy enforcement, and increasing compliance requirements are strong drivers for administration staffs to leverage enterprise role management (ERM) models. ERM goes beyond the basic process of simply assigning user IDs and passwords; it's about putting users into manageable roles, each with specific access privileges.

ERM is based on the principle of role-based access control (RBAC), where access is granted not only based on an individual's unique access privileges, but also on those of the roles to which the individual belongs. ERM isn't tied to a single platform, and it operates at a higher level than a single system.

Description
Across a wide range of industries, InfusionPoints has made the mission of our clients "our mission," and we apply this in-depth understanding of client-specific objectives, resources, and constraints to support ERM mission requirements.

Our consultants specialize in developing ERM solutions to protect sensitive consumer, employee, and partner information without losing sight of cost and efficiency. InfusionPoints' teams provide the entire range of technical and management skills to support multi-level security systems, electronic key management systems, Identity and Access Management, and Internet-based solutions designed to support global-scale implementations. Services Include:

  • Role Based Access Control (RBAC) Modeling
  • Role engineering
  • Role mining and discovery
  • Organization and business role modeling and management
  • IT role modeling and management
  • Role reconciliation
  • Policy definition and management
  • Role and policy publication: Making this information available using standard interfaces for maturing ERM infrastructure.
  • Role integration with identity, policy, workflow, and authorization solutions
  • Attestation and compliance collection and reporting
  • Activity monitoring and correlation

Role discovery and implementation projects should be approached with a well-thought-out plan that clearly defines the project scope, assigns adequate resources, develops an architecture model, and includes ongoing lifecycle maintenance. The architecture model should define the guidelines for determining the mixture of roles, rules, and other policy constructs for a coherent implementation of security controls.

Our Full Lifecycle Services

We leverage our IT frameworks to infuse security into multiple points throughout our client's business solution lifecycle, by providing IT Consulting, Cyber Security and Technology services including:

InfusionPoints, Your Independent Trusted Advisor

We founded InfusionPoints to be our clients' first choice for an independent trusted partner to build secure systems that protect their employee's, partner's and customer's data