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Core Competencies

IAM Identity and Access Management Excellence

Identity & Access Management

Since its foundation, WiB Solutions has focused on identity and access management (IAM), access and role concepts (RBAC), security strategies and architectures. Our strengths are system integrations tailored to your business requirements and professional IAM consulting.


Customer Identity Access Management (CIAM)

In the past, classic identity and access management was mainly regarded as an internal corporate infrastructure issue. New trends that go hand in hand with digitization; Internet of Things, social media or Industry 4.0 are changing the need for identity & access management.


Single Sign-On (SSO)

The increased use of cloud computing, mobile applications and social media, as well as more stringent security requirements, are creating an ever greater need for single sign-on solutions. The multitude of identities and passwords in companies is increasingly causing increased security risks and generating costs.


Governance Risk Compliance (GRC)

The GRC disciplines of governance, risk management and compliance are important control instruments for the management of a company. They include compliance with internal and external requirements, involve different components (e.g., strategy, processes, technology), and can result in different objectives (e.g., high efficiency and effectiveness).


Role Based Access Controll (RBAC)

RBAC (role-based access control) stands for the correct assignment of authorizations in an organization’s IT infrastructure. Access rights are not assigned according to individual users, but on the basis of defined roles. With the introduction of RBAC, a more cost-effective and simpler administration of users and their rights is achieved on the one hand.


Privileged Access Management (PAM)

Have all administrator sessions and privileged accesses automatically recorded, examined, described and saved. Get a quick and easy overview of who made changes on a system and ensure traceability.

In short: Trust is good, control is better.