As years have gone by, technology has advanced and the threats enterprises face have changed, the ways in which we protect our organizations have also experienced a paradigm shift. When firewalls and physical perimeters used to be enough, now the attack vector of choice for hackers has become the most prevalent point of access in an organization: people. And so new methods of protection arose such as provisioning and access management. But amidst all the change, many organizations were left confused about just how to combat the threats facing them.
Over the past 10 years, the identity governance space has evolved and matured, changing with the world around it. But some myths have persisted, and these misconceptions have, in some cases, been misleading organizations on how they should be protecting themselves.