When it comes to your access control system, what do you think is the weakest link? Odds are that manual processes could be holding your security system back, especially when it comes to physical identity management and identity enrollment. Human errors leads to inefficiency, inaccuracy, and, ultimately, increased risk.
Common Access Control Risks
- Misspelling: When an identity is not properly on boarded, it can create future problems. This is not only a nuisance, but a security risk and can lead to an individual not being accounted for in the system.
- Identity Verification: When information is input incorrectly, an identity management system, which automatically cross-checks the identity against a third-party background checks, cannot do its job properly. This can lead to the approval of an individual who appears on one of these watch lists.
- Off-Boarding: When an identity is not properly off-boarded, the consequences can be severe. The results: an unauthorized person is granted continued access.
- Data Silo: Manual process create a separate data silo, meaning they are less likely to be integrated into the enterprise identity management system.
- And much more!
How does your access control and identity management system stack up?
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