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Digital Life Cycle Management

Digital Life Cycle Management

by Rick Turoczy on February 4, 2005

If these operational and security issues were not enough, there is now a third challenge, which is arguably more compelling than the first two: legal and regulatory compliance. The enactment of numerous regulations, including Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), is placing a significant strain on business, IT, and auditing resources across the enterprise. Compliance with these regulations demands that controls be defined and enforced to protect the integrity, privacy, and confidentiality of systems and data. In the context of identity management, this requires that an organization be able to provide a full accounting of each user’s activity. At a minimum, this means knowing who has access to which resource, and then tracking when each user accessed each resource.

This class of business problem relates to accurately and cost-effectively collecting and processing data about users’ access and activity on IT applications.

Digital Life Cycle Management

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