Due to the diversity of systems used in many organizations, ensuring seamless integration, compatibility, and functioning can be a challenge.
With the rapid growth of businesses, scalability has become an issue, as users and services needing management increase.
Employees and users may find it difficult to adapt to new IAM systems and resist change due to the new complexity.
Ensuring an IAM project complies with regulations and standards, which can vary by industry and geography, is a complex task.
Overly stringent security measures can compromise user experience, while too lax measures can risk system security.
Replacing outdated legacy systems that cannot support modern IAM can be expensive and time-consuming.
“Through 2024, organizations utilizing staff augmentation services in cybersecurity will outperform their peers by 32% in the speed and efficiency of threat detection.”
“Companies utilizing staff augmentation resources for cybersecurity roles can reduce their risk profile by up to 48%.”