From physical to digital worlds, managing access to systems and data across the organization with end-to-end zero trust security.
How we work
Most Identity and Access Management (IAM) conversation focus on tools. We take a holistic approach to enable your initiatives to be deployed and scaled—maximizing your investment.
Our certified IAM, specialized teams can assess your current landscape and build your plan to modernize faster.
Our vendor-independent approach, innovation-driven solutions and accelerators expedite the implementation of scalable, IAM solutions.
We run a more efficient program and use monitored and reported KPIs to track trends, behaviors for more intelligent solutions.
Accenture's Identity and Access Management (IAM) capabilities include four pillars to comprehensively manage access to your organization.
Define and implement the organization’s digital identity future with a focus on modernization, enablement, risk reduction and automation.
Use AI and machine learning to drive automation and maximize the value of your IAM investment.
Zero-trust and IAM resiliency
Establish trust at scale, while detecting and preventing unusual access to data, services, software, processes and intellectual property.
Privileged access management
Secure sensitive access across the organization with privileged account credentials, strong authentication, password management and session monitoring
What sets Accenture apart
Identity and Access Management professionals
Projects successfully delivered over the past 20 years
Certified Identity and Access Management professionals
Intelligent tools, assets and accelerators
Current and previous global partner of the year for CyberArk, ForgeRock, Microsoft, Okta, One Identity and SailPoint
A passwordless enterprise journey
Despite the pace of technological change, the use of passwords has remained the same since the earliest days of computing. And yet there is strong evidence that passwords not only present a significant security risk, but also create a financial burden.
Today, there are more than 300 billion passwords being used by humans and machines worldwide, with 83% of data breaches attributed to password compromises. Along with this volume and scale, the administrative costs of password maintenance are unsurprisingly high—averaging around US$1M in annual costs per business.
Aside from helping enable organizations to operate in a more robust and resilient manner, the passwordless journey can offer an enhanced user experience—reducing the need for passwords and easing access.
While authorization is essentially a security decision engine that must continuously adapt to the needs of the business, it is also critical in establishing a continuous, adaptive, zero-trust framework.