The Identity and Access Management (IAM) landscape has drastically changed in recent years. IAM has transcended the enterprise, beyond the perimeter into the cloud, devices and now even into chips.
Traditional Web Access Management (WAM) systems were designed to solve problems limited to the confines of an enterprise and its employees,
mostly catering to use cases around web based single sign-on (SSO) and coarse grain (URL) policy enforcements. In the modern landscape, SSO is just one facet of numerous critical services that you need to provide to your employees and customers in order to remain productive and competitive.
These traditional and legacy products have fundamental gaps that will inhibit your business from delivering next generation services and security that digital transformations require.