ON-DEMAND WEBINAR:
Securing Citizen and Employee Data -
The IAM Challenge for Local Government

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Watch the on-demand webinar

In this webinar Intragen and Trustmarque discuss how Identity and Access Management (IAM) resolves challenges faced by local councils through streamlining and simplifying processes and policies. Download an overview here. 

Preview:

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Topics discussed:

  • What is Identity and Access Management (IAM)?
  • The fundamentals of IAM
  • How can IAM resolve challenges in local government? Such as:
    • Huge user population (council citizens and employees)
    • Sensitive public data
    • Budget cuts combined with cost of IT implementations
    • Skillset availability
    • Off-boarding security gaps
    • Defences against threats that can disrupt essential services such as social care systems and online appointment bookings.
  • Key considerations in achieving compliance with IAM

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Faisal Syed

Chief Technology Officer

Intragen

Tim Colman

Strategic Account Manager

Trustmarque

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Contents

Quick Questions

What is IAM?

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is essentially the way in which you ensure that the right people have access to the appropriate data at the right time.

Why is IAM important for local government organisations?

Local councils are confronted with the challenge of managing thousands of citizens and employees who expect fast, efficient delivery of public sector services. Strong management of identities and access is paramount to ensuring secure and seamless services and maximising public safety.

What are the benefits of IAM for local government?

  • Defence against evolving threats e.g. ransomware
  • Governance
  • Compliance
  • Reporting and audit
  • Optimisation of user experience
  • Secure and seamless on-boarding and off-boarding processes
  • Elimination of human error and administrative delays
  • Centralisation of IT infrastructure