Legacy Modernization

For systems that are sooo last year.

Cyberattacks are on the rise, and businesses in every industry are coming up against new threats daily. For future-minded businesses, a meaningful commitment to cybersecurity has to go beyond a one-time investment.

In the digital age, cybersecurity is a journey spanning the duration of an organization’s life. Modernizing your identity management is essential for businesses to field the constantly changing dynamics of cyber threats.

Some risks aren't worth taking.

Businesses that delay modernization come up against a number of security and experience challenges related to outdated identity systems. Older systems make it difficult to securely support modern priorities and workplace realities like work from home, best-of-breed stacks, and heterogeneous devices. They lack the technology needed to adequately protect against evolving threats and become expensive to service over time.  

The cost of modernization should not deter businesses from pursuing it. Legacy systems require hardware and software that’s difficult to connect with or maintain without a substantial budget for professional services or hard-to-find specialists.

Identity-First Solutions

Whereas legacy IAM and CIAM systems focus on provisioning user identities and granting access, today’s multifaceted environments require solutions that are aligned with long term business strategies. This is now necessary for modern businesses to stay competitive. 

New identity-first solutions go beyond security to support your businesses’ strategic goals; they leverage zero trust to deliver on brand unification, simplified resource management, and reduced costs.  

$4.45M is the global average cost of a data breach to organizations.

The new security perimeter.

The perceived risk associated with giving up a physical security perimeter has slowed cloud adoption. But with zero trust security setting the standard for modern data protection, a “people as the perimeter” approach is more secure than ever.  

Legacy platforms weren’t built for the cloud and have thus far failed to offer viable integration strategies with today’s SaaS and hybrid-based enterprise applications.  This leaves some of your organization’s most critical business data vulnerable to attacks, with little to no security visibility until far after it’s too late.  

The average number of days that pass before a breach is detected is 272, according to multiple leading analyst reports.  Every application should be connected to a modern identity management platform, operating under the leading identity-first zero trust principles.  

We can show you how.  

Wondering where to begin?

Ask us about getting started with our Digital Identity Blueprint.