Identity & Access
Management

A successful IAM program begins with a well planned and executed Strategy Roadmap and Business Process Solution Design. Without this foundation to enable Technology Configuration, Deployment, and ongoing Governance, your ability to sustain the program is near impossible.

S3 can help you every step of the way.

IAM Baseline & Strategy Roadmap

In order to determine what path lies ahead for your IAM program, a baseline of IAM program and Security maturity should be your starting point. From there S3’s process and technology analysis will determine the steps necessary to achieve your goals and gauge the appetite for the timeframe of remediation completion.

Our efforts not only target the achievement of the long-term strategy but also the needs for the short term to achieve manageable and compliant interim-state success.

IAM Solution Design

Building on a Strategy Roadmap (whether completed by S3 or another entity), S3’s Solution Design unifies the IAM program strategy and infrastructure plan into an executable design. We define agile and sustainable best of breed business processes around IAM, and help you define a program to facilitate authentication and authorization across the enterprise.

IAM Solution Design

Building on a Strategy Roadmap (whether completed by S3 or another entity), S3’s Solution Design unifies the IAM program strategy and infrastructure plan into an executable design. We define agile and sustainable best of breed business processes around IAM, and help you define a program to facilitate authentication and authorization across the enterprise.

IAM Technology Build & Configuration

S3’s IAM Technology Build and Configuration services focus on the ultimate build out of recommended technology for the organization. This will support the selection, configuration, testing, and migration preparation for the organization.  These preliminary steps also ready the organization to technologically enable the necessary solutions to deploy recommended IAM solutions.

We deliver the necessary documentation to support the maintenance of the configured solutions, operational manuals to support the program, and any validation documentation for compliance purposes.

IAM Deployment, Measurement and Governance

The success of a deployed system is based on the KPIs and metrics defined by the organization during strategy development. How is success defined internally? By monitoring the deployment and measuring against these benchmarks, we can determine any incremental changes needed to get your solution on track to effective and compliant sustainability. Continuing education and strict adherence to the governance and change control process during this phase will ensure your program’s enterprise-wide adoption. Our solutions offer keen insight into the evolution and methods to evaluate and determine success for your program.

IAM Deployment, Measurement and Governance

The success of a deployed system is based on the KPIs and metrics defined by the organization during strategy development. How is success defined internally? By monitoring the deployment and measuring against these benchmarks, we can determine any incremental changes needed to get your solution on track to effective and compliant sustainability. Continuing education and strict adherence to the governance and change control process during this phase will ensure your programs enterprise-wide adoption. Our solutions offer keen insight into the evolution and methods to evaluate and determine success for your program.

IAM Operate, Support & Evolve

The key to success for the IAM program is continued evangelism and evolution. As the organization evolves, so should your supporting processes and technology. Without this adaptation, processes will begin to fail, compliance will deteriorate, and workaround steps will degrade the security and effectiveness of your program. SOC statistics and initiatives to periodically analyze reported data will enable the program to improve over time. Our key to supporting your success is not only focusing on the IAM program, but the continued enablement of business operations.