Identity Governance

Identity Governance; identity and access management is centrally managed policy-based. This concept emerged with the development of identity and access management discipline. In the IDM world, it points to a more mature IDM level.

Least Privileges

Minimum Authority Principle (Least Privileges); adopts to equip an account with minimum powers to do this job in order to do a job.


Authority Review, also known as certification; it refers to a review of the access and powers of individuals, accounts or roles. The powers determined to be excessive as a result of certification are revoked.

Role Based Access Control(RBAC)

Role-Based Access Control is the approach that provides the management of the powers owned by roles. RBAC is the most widely used access control method for businesses due to its benefits

Role Mining

It is the study of uncovering job and technical role candidates by analyzing them after discovering the user access information.

Segregation of Duties

The Segregation(Seperation) of Duties principle, which is the concept of the need for more than one person to complete a task, in the world of Identity Governance; If a person has an authority, he/she is involved in the application that he/she cannot have any other authority that conflicts with that authority. Just like the same person cannot have both claimant and approver powers.