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Managing Identity Risk During Mergers or Downsizing

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 09-02-2009 Print
As companies merge or downsize to survive, they must change employee access to sensitive corporate data on very short notice, grant access privileges to new employees, adjust access privileges for re-assigned employees, and terminate access for former employees and contractors. CIOs of these organizations must manage that transition in a manner that minimizes business disruptions while also protecting the company from insider theft and ensuring compliance to government regulations. SailPoint's Founder and CEO, Mark McClain, provides advice to help CIOs to help prepare their business and IT organization for these scenarios.


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