Identity Access Management

Protect your people. Protect your business.

Simplified, secure access management for greater protection and efficiency.

As a business expands and scales, it adapts with applications to streamline its network and operations. Where an employee may have once had one email password, now IT manages dozens of credentials for SaaS platforms on multiple devices.

Knowing one security slip-up can be the end of business, identity access management solutions give IT the ability to manage access control and identity with the same speed and confidence for 10 employees as for 10,000. This frees them from time-consuming manual tasks – like password resets – and allows them to focus on more challenging, fulfilling projects to drive company growth.

What is Identity Access Management?

Identity access management, or IAM, is the process of codifying not only users and groups in a software system, but also what resources they are each able to access and what functions they are each able to perform. IAM addresses authentication, authorization, and access control.

Simplified Authentication

Streamlined Active Directory Management

Improved Password Control

Consolidate Systems

Securely Manage Application Access

Azure AD.

Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is Microsoft’s cloud-based identity and access management service, which helps your employees sign in and access resources. It provides defense against malicious login attempts and safeguards credentials with risk-based access controls, identity protection tools, and strong authentication options—without disrupting productivity.

Multi-factor authentication.

Multi-factor authentication is the simplest and most secure way for organizations to solve the password problem and ensure users identities. However, not all two-factor solutions are the same. Plow Networks offers both on-premises and SaaS-based two-factor authentication solutions giving organizations with the choice of a solution that best meets their security, operational, and financial goals.

Single-sign on.

No matter which systems or applications you use, single sign-on solutions offer comprehensive capabilities to simplify and secure authentication for users, partners, customers and IT. Gain the full spectrum of single sign-on capabilities – these include true single sign-on, enterprise single sign-on, web single sign-on, password synchronization and federation.

Mobile device management.

MDM helps keep your company’s data secure and simplifies managing your users’ mobile devices. You can create and manage device security policies, remotely wipe a device, and view detailed device reports. MDM lets you set up, supervise, and secure your enterprise mobile devices and apps.

Redefine security with modern identity.