Modernize your identity security program
Federal, state, and local agencies must secure against emerging cybersecurity challenges by protecting access to sensitive data, applications, and systems. This requires a cybersecurity approach that includes strong identity governance and follows the Identity Lifecycle Management (ILM) playbook.
Even with limited budgets and a shortage of trained cybersecurity personnel, government agencies can easily verify that user access is authorized, secure, and compliant. SailPoint identity security is the foundation for digital modernization and helps organizations increase visibility, better manage digital identities, and reduce security threats.
- Automate the discovery, management, and control of all user access
- Migrate to the cloud with increased visibility across complex environments
- Advance zero trust with identity security to meet your mission
- Demonstrate proof of compliance with real-time access reports
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Government frequently asked questions
SailPoint is one of 18 technology vendors that will work with the NCCoE to demonstrate several approaches to implementing zero trust architectures, which will be designed and deployed according to the concepts and tenets documented in NIST’s Zero Trust Architecture special publication (SP 800-207). Learn More.
FICAM stands for Federal Identity, Credential, and Access Management (FICAM) Architecture. FICAM is the federal government’s enterprise approach to design, plan, and execute common ICAM processes. The FICAM Architecture is a framework for an agency to use in ICAM program and solution roadmap planning. The FICAM Architecture focuses on enterprise identity processes, practices, policies, and information security disciplines. Learn more.
Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) Strategy encompasses the full range of activities related to the creation of digital identities and maintenance of associated attributes, credential issuance for person/non-person entities, authentication using the credentials, and making access management control decisions based on authenticated identities and associated attributes. Learn more.
The Identity Lifecycle Management Working Group of the Federal Chief Information Security Officer Council ICAM Subcommittee developed this playbook to help federal agencies understand and plan identity lifecycle management initiatives. Learn more.
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SailPoint is trusted to support the most sensitive intelligence community networks, US state and local agencies, higher education, and the global public sector. Discover how our solutions ensure secure access to resources and protect sensitive data.