SaaS User Management Playbook for IT Professionals

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SaaS User Management Playbook for IT Professionals
  • How the SaaS environment is evolving and why it matters
  • Potential risks and consequences of unmanaged SaaS user access
  • Actionable strategies and best practices for user access
  • How Resmo can empower your IT department

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What's Inside

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Peek into the changing IT landscape
Roughly 2 out of 5 workers can be identified as ‚Äúbusiness technologist.‚ÄĚ
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Potential risks of unchecked access
43% of companies have faced security issues directly linked to SaaS misconfigurations.
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Practical steps for user access management
A list of best practices IT and security professionals can easily follow.
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What is User Management?

User management is a critical aspect of IT security and system administration, encompassing the processes of creating, authenticating, authorizing, and overseeing user access to networks, applications, and systems. It involves authentication methods to verify user identities, authorization to define access levels, user provisioning for account creation and maintenance, role-based access control (RBAC) to assign permissions based on job functions, and audit trails for compliance and security monitoring. Effective user management ensures that only authorized users can access necessary resources, protecting sensitive data from unauthorized access and enhancing organizational security and efficiency. This streamlined approach is indispensable for businesses aiming to safeguard their IT infrastructure while facilitating user productivity and compliance with regulatory standards.

What is Access Control Entry?

An Access Control Entry (ACE) is a component within an access control list (ACL), specifying the permissions granted or denied to a user, group of users, or system process for accessing a particular resource. Each ACE is a rule that defines the ability to perform actions like read, write, execute, or delete on a file, directory, or other network resource. An ACL, which is a collection of ACEs, controls access by detailing exactly what actions an entity can perform, ensuring that access to resources is appropriately managed and restricted based on predefined security policies.

What Are User Permissions?

User permissions are the specific rights and privileges granted to users to access and perform certain actions on a system, network, application, or file. These permissions determine what users can and cannot do within a software environment or operating system, effectively controlling access to data and resources. Permissions can include the ability to read, write, modify, delete, or execute files and applications, as well as the ability to change system settings or access restricted areas of a network.

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