Identity and Access Management (IAM) provides authorization and authentication capabilities automating the initiation, capturing, recording and management of user identities and their related access permissions.
This process also includes identifying, authenticating, and authorizing individuals and groups to access applications, systems, networks, and other judicial resources.
What it Includes
IAM has several areas:
Why IAM is Significant
Implementing IAM improves organizational value by:
IAM Integration with Court Application Component Models
Identify and Access Management should be considered a critical component of the NextGen model in which all other case management components interact with to provide authentication, authorization, and accountability services. The IAM component will ensure need to know access for each case management component based upon well-defined role-based and/or attribute-based access controls.
What it Does not Include
Identity and Access Management is integral to i.e. enable users access to the following components but is not necessary to implement:
Applicable Standards and Documents