Smarter Identity Access Management
User-Risk Aware Zero Trust and IAM
Today, you don’t know the user risk behind an attempt to access your systems. Basic Identity data – user credential, location, network, and device - doesn’t offer insight into the risk profile of the person behind the access attempt.
Without visibility into user risk at the time of authentication and authorization, your chances of letting an adversary in and allowing them to achieve persistence increase. Dramatically.
Elevate adds comprehensive user risk information that enriches traditional Identity data, providing a 360° profile of the human behind each access attempt.
By enhancing Identity Access Management (IAM) and Zero Trust with Elevate user risk data, security teams can make better decisions during the authentication process, leading to reduced incidents of unauthorized access, and helping avoid post-incident clean up.
Zero Trust and Identity Management Made Smarter with Elevate
Elevate works together with Zero Trust and IAM systems to increase the effectiveness of your Zero Trust and Conditional Access strategies. Elevate gathers context from across the estate, including email security, Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), web gateways, SIEMs, and other technologies, to generate a high-confidence risk signal for each user based on their past decisions, current behavior, and any attacks already targeting them.
User initiates a request to access corporate applications and data.
Identity provider runs basic checks on credentials, device, location, and network.
Elevate authenticates the true risk of the user behind the request.
Better informed and smarter policy decisions are made during the authorization process.
By partitioning user risk during authentication and authorization, security teams can frustrate adversaries attempting to gain unauthorized access, with less likelihood of an adversary successfully establishing persistence and performing lateral movement. Also, because Elevate integrates directly into core security automation and triage tools (SIEM, Case Management, and SOAR) security teams can prioritize, triage, and drive additional security workflows based on user risk.