Take the Identity & Privileged Access Management Maturity Assessment

A framework to systematically lower privileged account risk, increase business agility, and improve operational efficiency

Reveal Your Maturity with the Identity & Privileged Access Management Assessment

Identities are the heart of all access in your organization. They’re also the target for most attacks. Attackers don’t break in, they log-in, and leverage lateral movement techniques to establish a foothold with high-privileged access within your environment, but you can be ready with the only singular platform and maturity model for identity and privilege, Bravura Security Fabric.

Many organizations recognize the importance of a security strategy built around Zero Trust concepts and identity and privileged access management maturity model. The problem? While many aim to fortify their position with mature identity-based cybersecurity, there is often a considerable gulf between intent and attainment, leaving room for hackers to take advantage, target, and gain control of data and infrastructure.

It doesn’t have to be this way. Our Identity & Privileged Access Management Maturity Model is key to improving organizational performance. It helps by identifying gaps, setting benchmarks, and establishing priorities within your identity and privileged access management program. Increasing your organization’s identity and privileged access maturity level means getting an overall position but also within each tenet of identity and privileged access management.

Follow Bravura Security's identity and privileged access maturity model, and you can foster a gradual, achievable, and sustainable security program that creates a roadmap to grow beyond these early levels toward optimization and Zero Trust operational maturity. This four-stage approach will help your organization narrow the targets and eliminate the threats to safeguard your data and infrastructure.

Complete the assessment to evaluate your organization’s identity and privileged access management maturity. We will provide a score so you can understand how your organization stacks up and actionable steps to take your program to the next maturity level with increased cybersecurity protection.

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Insights from our Partnership with Gartner Peer Insights

Unveiling IT IAM Maturity: A Global Perspective

In collaboration with Gartner Peer Insights, we've delved into the progress of organizations on their identity and privileged access management (IAM/PAM) paths. Our survey reached out to 100 IT leaders across diverse company sizes and regions—including North America and EMEA. By examining their maturity in different IAM and PAM practices, we've uncovered findings in our IT IAM maturity survey that could reshape your understanding of where organizations truly stand.

Our assessment of organizational maturity within the spheres of Identity Access Management (IAM) and Privileged Access Management (PAM) categorizes entities into four distinct levels, with a scoring system from one to four—four being indicative of the highest maturity:

  1. Fragmented Identity: Organizations at this stage have minimal or inconsistent IAM controls, which may introduce significant risks.
  2. Unified Identity: Entities here have consolidated their identity management, employing a cohesive system that serves as a single reference point for most applications.
  3. Contextual Identity: At this level, systems are more sophisticated, utilizing contextual data like location and user activity to fine-tune access controls automatically.
  4. Adaptive Identity: The pinnacle of maturity, these systems are fully dynamic and automated, capable of swiftly adapting to emerging threats without the need for human intervention.

The data reveals that the average organization falls between levels two and three, underscoring a prevalent need for further development in IAM and PAM practices. We will delve into the key drivers that influence the maturity of identity and access management within organizations. The findings from our IAM and PAM maturity survey might be unexpected.